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Marshallian Demand Function
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Definition of Marshallian Demand Function: The Marshallian Demand Function, denoted x(p,m) is the amount of a factor of production that is demanded by a producer given that it costs p per unit and the budget limit that can be spent on all factors is m. p and x can be vectors. (Econterms)

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