Isn't the uniqueness he and others have established a form of economic rent?
In Neoclassical economics profit is total investment performance and includes economic rent.
But about two-thirds of the tenants are expected to be able to afford the economic rent.
It may be equal to the economic rent of the factor.
The super rich have got that way through getting their hands on that revenue stream known as "economic rent of land".
They place values on natural capital by using the concept of economic rent.
From this perspective low wages benefit the system by reducing economic rents.
But economic rent is such a useful and important concept that it is sometimes hard to avoid.
A related concept, sometimes considered synonymous to profit in certain contexts, is that of economic rent.
Henry George is best known for his argument that the economic rent of land should be shared by society rather than being owned privately.