Economic-rent



noun
1.
the return on a productive resource, as land or labor, that is greater than the amount necessary to keep the resource producing or on a product in excess of what would have been the return except for some unique factor.
noun
1.
(economics) a payment to a factor of production (land, labour, or capital) in excess of that needed to keep it in its present use
2.
(in Britain) the rent of a dwelling based on recouping the costs of providing it plus a profit sufficient to motivate the landlord to let it

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