In spite of the fact, that the particularity of RS is remarkable, the conversion efficiency of Raman effect is rather poor, since only a scarcity (about [10.sup.-7]) of the initial photons are inelastically
demanded goods, where the demand curve is fairly flat,
Each capitalist owns one unit of capital and inelastically
supplies her capital to competitive firms.
Individuals will instantaneously acquire education given the quality of public education and their individual ability level, migrate with their individual probability in the case of integrated labor markets, supply inelastically
one unit of labor, receive their wages and pay the resultant 'education' tax to their native jurisdiction.
The other big result is that if something is inelastically
supplied, then you should tax the hell out of it.
When an agent is born, she is endowed with a fixed quantity of labor, [bar.l] = l/[phi], she supplies inelastically
on the labor market in the very first period of her life only.
These simplified nonlinear analysis procedures have been implemented within a well known evaluation documents such as ATC-40  (based on the capacity spectrum method) and FEMA-273  (based on the displacement coefficient method), in order to determine the displacement demand imposed on a building expected to deform inelastically
Given that saving is positively, but inelastically
, related to public goods, we might conclude that some minor crowding out of private investment might accompany increased spending on public services.
This can be used to remove inelastically
scattered electrons (for contrast enhancement) or to select element specific energy losses for elemental distribution images.
Assume that each consumer inelastically
demands [theta] units; that is, each consumer will purchase [theta] units--no more, no less--at any price.
One crucial restriction common to both of the above-mentioned papers is that labor supply is assumed to be fixed inelastically
in the recipient economy.