A line of equal or constant economic production on a graph, chart or map.(noun)
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Use "isoquant" in a sentence
"The firm may well reorganize to have a higher capital labor ratio as a result, but total output will be lower because the firm's new budget constraint is below the initial budget constraint, and therefore, also below the prior isoquant."
"Prior to whatever mechanism made labor more costly, the firm was operating on an isoquant tangent to the initial buget constraint."
"It is an artifact of product aggregation, not factor substitution (i.e., along a given product isoquant)."