Example sentences for: pareto

How can you use “pareto” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Increasing the discount from zero to ¾ cent, then, was a Pareto optimal move.

  • A move from offering no presort program to offering a discount greater than 4.5¢, then, is not Pareto optimal.

  • Again, the move from offering no discount to offering a discount of 4.5¢ is a Pareto optimal move-no one is worse off and someone is substantially better off.

  • In terms of Pareto optimality, it appears that a change from the current position imposes large losses on some mailers, large gains on others, and relatively small net gains.

  • Economists are as guilty of this hubris as are members of any discipline: There's the Fischer Effect, the Sharpe Ratio, the Miller-Modigliani Theorem, Tobin's Q, the Laffer Curve (the only one in which the name helps characterize the discovery), and the greatest of them all, Pareto Optimality.

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