Factor1. primary factor. 2. Sometimes refers to any input to production.
Scarce factorScarce factor
The factor in a country's endowment with which it is least well endowed, relative to other factors, compared to other countries. May be defined by quantity or by price.
Maturity factoringMaturity factoring
An arrangement that provides collection and insurance of accounts receivable.
Factor shareFactor share
The fraction of payments to value added in an industry that goes to a particular primary factor.
Factor price frontierFactor price frontier
A curve in factor space showing the minimum combinations of factor prices consistent with absence of profit in producing one or more goods, given their prices. Since, with perfect competition, profit implies disequilibrium, this shows a lower bound on equilibrium factor prices.
Specific factorSpecific factor
A factor of production that is unable to move into or out of an industry. The term is used to describe both factors that would not be of any use in other industries and -- more loosely -- factors that could be used elsewhere but do not, in the short run, have the time or resources needed to move. See specific factors model. The term seems to come from Haberler (1937).
Further SuggestionsOld line factoring
Factor Proportions Model
Total factor productivity
Net benefit to leverage factor
V Vacancy Factor
Factor intensity uniformity
Factor intensity reversal
price earnings growth factor
Single factor model
Direct factor content
Present value factor
Specific factors model