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The properties of the output set can be summarised as follows. , inaction is possible); (ii) non-zero output levels cannot be produced from zero levels of inputs; (iii) P(x) satisfies strong disposabihty of outputs: if q G P(X) and q* < q then q* e P(x);^ (iv) P(x) satisfies strong disposabihty of inputs: if q can be produced from x, then q can be produced from any x* > x;^ (v) P(x) is closed; (vi) P(x) is bounded; and (vii) P(x) is convex. The assumption of closedness is essentially a mathematical requirement"^, but the bounded nature of P(x) implies that we cannot produce unlimited levels of outputs with a given set of inputs.
5. Recall that the STC function was obtained by setting (wi, Wj, X2) = (150, 1 100). 5 when prices are Wi = 150 and W2 = 1. 2 we used a single-output production function to define several economic quantities of interest, including a measure of returns to scale. Measures of returns to scale are also available in the multiple-output case, and they can be defined in terms of the cost function. For example, a measure of overall scale economies is ^ahic(w,q) s. 57) The firm will exhibit increasing, constant or decreasing returns to scale as £^ is greater than, equal to, or less than one.
3 A Digression on Production Possibility Curves and Revenue Maximisation A multi-output production technology can be very difficult to conceptualise or to visualise. We can attempt to provide some understanding by using a simple oneinput, two-output example. 4) This one-input, two-output case can be used to illustrate the idea of a production possibility curve (PPC), which is the output counterpart of the isoquant. The isoquant represents the various combinations of inputs that could be used to produce a given output level.