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+Now we stipulate the performance of firms. Let $n^k=W^k$, i.e. the number of agents employed by firm $F^k$.
+and make this a weighted geometric mean, if you'd like. Since $B^k$ and $C^k$ have both been specified to have range between 0 and 1, this allows a pleasing symmetry.
+For now, I presume, to the contrary, that $g = h = 1$, as it simplifies creating estimates of the marginal benefit of a given agent with a given knowledge factor.
+We give the knowledge multiplier more simply as the mean of the vector of all employee knowledge values.