Terms Beginning With 'x'

X-efficiency

The term was coined by Harvard Economist Harvey Leibenstein, who argued that a lack of competition between corporations results in inefficiencies to its labour input. It defines a firm?s failure to generate maximum output with the given input due to competitive forces.

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