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Economics factor of production
Economics factor of production
Economics factor of production
Economics factor of production
Economics factor of production
Economics factor of production
Economics factor of production
Economics factor of production
Economics factor of production
Economics factor of production
Economics factor of production
Economics factor of production
Economics factor of production
Economics factor of production
Economics factor of production
Economics factor of production
Economics factor of production
Economics factor of production
Economics factor of production
Economics factor of production
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Economics factor of production

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  • 1. FACTORS OF PRODUCTION LEENAVAISH1506@GMAIL.COM
  • 2. The purpose of the topic is to introduce some basic concepts relating to production
  • 3. Factors of production Land Labour Capital
  • 4. CONCEPT OF PRODUCTION Production is defined as the process of converting the input (raw material) into output. Production may be an activity that generate income.
  • 5. LAND Land is that factor of production which is available to us as a free gift of nature. It not include not only the soil but also other free gift of nature ( like forest, water, natural resources etc.)
  • 6. CHARACTERISTICS OF LAND        Free gift of nature. Limited in supply. Differ in variety. Immobile. Passive factor of production. Alternative uses. Indestructible.
  • 7. LABOUR Labour is the human factor of production and include all the physical and mental activities which are required in the process of factor of production.
  • 8. CHARACTERISTICS OF LABOUR Human factor.  Active factor.  Cannot be separated from labourer.  Perishable.  Labourers sell his labour not himself.  Difference in efficiency.  Mobile.  Weak bargaining power.  More wages less work. 
  • 9. CAPITAL Capital is the stock of produced means of production.
  • 10. CHARACTERISTICS OF CAPITAL  Man made factor.  Mobile and transferable.  Depreciates.  Passive factor of production.
  • 11. HUMAN CAPITAL
  • 12. ELEMENTS OF PHYSICAL CAPITAL FIXED CAPITAL WORKING CAPITAL
  • 13. Physical capital
  • 14. What is production?  What are the various factor of production?  TEST YOUR ABILITY
  • 15. HOME ASSIGNMENT How did the spread of electricity help farmers in agriculture? Discuss.

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