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diseconomies

diseconomies  

Financial drawbacks. Diseconomies of scale may occur when an enterprise becomes too large, sites become constricted, the flow of goods is congested, or the workforce is alienated. See Barcena-Ruiz ...
minimum efficient scale of production

minimum efficient scale of production  

The smallest possible size of a factory compatible with profitable production, below which economies of scale don't apply. Mes. can be defined in terms of production, or of employment. The turnover ...
restructuring

restructuring  

A change in the economic make-up of a country. It may involve: reordering production to achieve economies of scale; a switch of investment from one sector to another (see deindustrialization); a ...
standardization

standardization  

1 The establishment of an international, national, or industrial agreement concerning the specification or production of components – electrical, electronic, or software – or equipment in general, or ...

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