Manufactured capital

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Manufactured capital is capital in the form of goods or fixed assets that contribute to production processes.

Contrasted with items that are the final output of the production process.

Examples include tools, machines and buildings.

Manufactured capital is one of the five areas of capital identified in the Forum for the Future's model of sustainable capital.

The other four areas of capital being:

  • Human capital
  • Social capital
  • Financial capital
  • Natural capital

See also