economic rent

NOUN
  1. the return derived from cultivated land in excess of that derived from the poorest land cultivated under similar conditions
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How To Use economic rent In A Sentence

  • Farmers had been a depressed class, paying uneconomic rents to impecunious landowners. IN LOVE AND WAR
  • That is why you should be suspicious of any investment proposal that predicts a stream of economic rents into the indefinite future. Principles of Corporate Finance
  • As all taxes eventually come out of rent, the economic rental value is what is left after the existent taxes have been extracted from the economy.
  • That is why you should be suspicious of any investment proposal that predicts a stream of economic rents into the indefinite future. Principles of Corporate Finance
  • He puts the toll, by a rough estimate, in the tens of billions of dollars, saying that electronic trading would remove much of this "economic rent the dealers enjoy from a market that is so opaque.
  • She let her house at an economic rent.
  • She let her house at an economic rent.
  • Farmers had been a depressed class, paying uneconomic rents to impecunious landowners. IN LOVE AND WAR
  • The pension obligation bond frenzy is so devoid of “public purpose” and so fully bypasses even the economic rent concept that only an economist could see through the haze. Income Redistribution Proposals, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
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