3 edition of Concentration, competition, and efficiency. found in the catalog.
Concentration, competition, and efficiency.
Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America.
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|LC Classifications||HD2791 .C45 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||40|
|LC Control Number||74079331|
Specifically, we control for differences in efficiency estimates, structural conditions and institutional characteristics. The results seem to suggest that the degree of concentration is not necessarily related to the degree of competition. We also find little evidence that more efficient banking systems are also more competitive. The association between economic efficiency and competition goes back at least as far as Adam Smith’s ‘invisible hand’ metaphor. Indeed, a goodly portion of the vast body of subsequent work in value theory has dealt with the normative issues arising from the workings of the competitive economy.
4 1. Introduction This report summarises the theoretical and empirical evidence on the relationship between competition and productivity.1 It builds on and updates previous Office of Fair Trading (OFT) reports on Productivity and Competition () and Competition and Growth ().2 It also highlights more recent literature, including studies which have attempted to . Outside of manufacturing, industry concentration is correlated with higher output and stable prices, neither of which conforms to the theory of oligopoly and declining competition.
Keywords: banking sector, competition, efficiency, H statistic, state bank concentration I. Introduction The traditional approach to competition has been to associate with more firms with more price competition and fewer firms with less price competitive behavior (this approach is also called ‘structural approach’). Allocative efficiency occurs where P = MC. In this case, the firm will be allocatively efficient because at Q1 P=MC. 2. Productive Efficiency. This occurs on the lowest point of the AC curve. This happens at Q1. This is because firms produce at the lowest point on the AC. 3. X efficiency. Competition between firms will act as a spur to increase.
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