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The third item to be aware of is that the term economies of scale is what economists call a long run concept.
A large body of literature on the nature of economies of scale provides a basis for the present study.
The quality of care also appears to influence the characteristics of the economies of scale (Gertler & Waldman, 1992).
These studies tend to specify inputs, outputs, labor, capital, and costs associated with these variables, and attempt to find whether economies of scale exist in various libraries, particularly public libraries.
The economies of scale the acquiring distributor achieves in warehousing, delivery, sales and administrative costs will be significant.
This survival of the cheapest is called a monopoly; and the Justice Department, federal laws, and regulators help keep this dark side of economies of scale under control.
A lot of companies are trying to globalize and gain economies of scale by concentrating production at a few sites throughout Latin America," says Daniel Beuchat, logistics director at the Latin American headquarters of Danzas, a Swiss logistics company.
Dofasco's approach of improved efficiency and lower costs reinforces a trend in Canada, where a marketplace of 25 million people has often been too small for companies to implement economies of scale.

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