Strange Experience Curves Cause Wrong Investments?

02 February 2021 by Dr Peter Harrop
In 1936, Theodore Paul Wright, at Curtiss-Wright in the United States, found that every time total aircraft production doubled, the required labour time for a new aircraft fell by 20%. This has become known as "Wright's law".
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