Definition of Differential cost
1. Noun. The increase or decrease in costs as a result of one more or one less unit of output.
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Literary usage of Differential cost
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1. Oecd Glossaries Economics Glossary: Edition 2006-Glossaires de L'Ocde by Oecd (2006)
"... conception] [GES] development cost frais de développement (de mise au point) [GES] differential cost coût marginal (différentiel) [GES] direct cost syn. ..."
2. Value and Distribution: An Historical, Critical, and Constructive Study in by Charles William Macfarlane (1899)
"Differential Consumers Surplus Marginal Consumers Surplus Marginal Producers Surplus Differential Producers Surplus differential cost Interest on Capital ..."
3. Cost Effective Regulation by EPA and Small Business Impacts: Includes (1993)
"The pattern of ignoring the capital cost and differential cost/sales ratio criteria for significance that was found in the case studies clearly illustrates ..."
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