Explain about concave isoquant, Managerial Economics

Q. Explain about Concave Isoquant?

If the isoquant is concave to origin it would mean that marginal rate of technical substitution is increasing. This behaviour is explained in Figure.

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Figure: Concave Isoquant

It is apparent from the Figure that as labour is increased at a constant rate, amount of capital given up (ΔK) goes on increasing. Such behaviour is irrational and so isoquants aren't concave to the origin.

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