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Separability Separability is a pivotal economic concept introduced independently by Masazo Sono (1945) and Wassily Leontief (1947) in order to deal with aggregation problems in both utility and production theory.

Frondel, M. and C. Schmidt (2008), Separability. In William A. Darity (Hrsg.), International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences. Detroit, MI: Macmillan, 444-445.