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eBook Investments for Capacity Expansion ePub

by Alan S. Manne

  • ISBN: 0262130327
  • Category: Engineering
  • Subcategory: Engineering
  • Author: Alan S. Manne
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: The MIT Press (May 15, 1967)
  • ePub book: 1741 kb
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Investments for Capacity Expansion book.

Investments for Capacity Expansion book.

Investments for capacity expansion. Investments for capacity expansion. For print-disabled users. 2 Investment 00 Mann. by. Manne, Alan S. Publication date.

Manne, Alan Sussmann. By (author) Alan Sussmann Manne.

Alan S. Manne, American economist. Recipient Lanchester prize ORSA; fellow Center for Advanced Study in Behavioral Sciences, 1970-1971. Lieutenant (junior grade) United States Naval Reserve, 1944-1946. Fellow Econometric Society; member American Association for the Advancement of Science, National Academy of Engineering, Phi Beta Kappa. May 1, 1925 (age 80). New York City, New York, United States of America. Instructor Economics, Harvard University, 1950-1952. Economics Analyst, Rand Corporation, 1952-1956.

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This paper is concerned with the optimal degree of excess capacity to be built into a new facility such as a pipeline, a steel plant, or a superhighway

This paper is concerned with the optimal degree of excess capacity to be built into a new facility such as a pipeline, a steel plant, or a superhighway. The problem is complicated by: (1) the presence of substantial economies of scale in plant construction; (2) the penalties involved in accumulating backlogs of unsatisfied demand; and (3) the use of a random-walk pattern rather than a deterministic upward trend in demand. Dynamic (S,S) Economies.