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Concentration in Manufacturing
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acquiring firms acquisitions advertising aggregate analysis approach arise assets acquired average calculated capital Census of Production cent changes in concentration chapter concentration ratios cost conditions cost curve costs of rivalry defined demand curve discussed economies of scale entropy equilibrium expenditure on acquiring exports factors firm's firms acquired Gini coefficient given Herfindahl index important increase industrial structure investment involved large firms larger firms largest level of concentration log-normal distribution manufacturing and distribution market power market share measures of concentration merger activity Monopolies Commission monopolistic competition monopoly neo-classical NOFA number of firms oligopolistic oligopoly operate output overall ownership p/e ratios Pareto Pareto distribution perfect competition period plant pressures problems quoted companies quoted firms regression relationship relative rise sector share prices shareholders significant smaller firms Source statistical suggests Table takeover technical progress theory valuation ratio variables variance of logs workable competition