Hicks-neutral

An attribute of an effectiveness variable in a production function. The attribute is that it does not affect labor differently from the way it affects capital. The canonical example is the Solow model production function Y=AF(K,L). There Y is output, L labor, K capital, F a production variable, and A represents some kinds of effectiveness variable....
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Hicks-neutral

Said of a technological change or technological difference if production functions differ by scaling of output only: F2(V)=lF1(V), where F1(·) and F2(·) are the production functions being compared, V is a vector of factor inputs, and l>0 is a constant.
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