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Increasing marginal product implies increasing returns to scale?

Setup Let $f(x,y)$ be twice differentiable in both $x$ and $y$. Assume $\partial f/\partial x>0,\partial f/\partial y>0$ for $x,y>0$. $f$ is said to have increasing marginal product of ...
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How to prove that there exist a concave function and $\gamma\in[0,1]$ and some other numbers which satisfy an inequality

I'm working on an economics paper, and in the model I've made I've basically gotten myself a little bit stuck. I need to show that there exists a nondecreasing concave function $u$ and numbers $P$ and ...
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Incomplete “round trip” of taking a minimum, then a maximum, from a positively skewed distribution

Let's say you have a distribution that is either symmetric or positively skewed (and defined over 0-1). Call it F. Then, you find the distribution of the minimum of n>1 draws from F. Call it Fmin. ...