equivalent variation

Definition

The amount of money that, paid to a person, group, or whole economy, would make them as well off as a specified change in the economy. Provides a monetary measure of the welfare effect of that change that is similar to, but not in general the same as, compensating variation.
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equivalent units of production equivolume