Nonreproducible Asset

Nonreproducible Asset

An asset that cannot be copied or remade. Land and antique baseball cards are both nonreproducible assets, while widgets and cars, on the other hand, are not. See also: Reproducible Assets.
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Once we relax this assumption and assume landowners own a nonreproducible asset, any increase in cross-patronage effects will simply lead to an increase in land prices.
(Ideally, nonreproducible assets, such as land, would also be included in the denominator, but the lack of data prevents this.) Property income is the sum of profits from current production-corporate profits with inventory valuation adjustment and capital consumption adjustment-and net interest payments.