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However, a high domestic level of concentration in an industry may cause concern. It means that if that industry is considered to be of some national importance (as, for example, the car industry is often regarded), then the success or failure of the domestic industry lies in the hands of a few firms. 7 Sources: Mueller and Hamm (1974), Prais (1976), Stonebraker (1979), White (1979). Notes: For alternative (and slightly different) series comparable with part (a), see Caves and Porter (1979). e.
We look first at changes in concentration at the industry level and then at the aggregate level. 8 The general rise in concentration up to 1968 is clear from that table, as is a broad stability in concentration since 1970. The exact changes between 1968 and 1970 and since 1979 are muddied by changes in the method of data collection. 4, in the period up to 1968, the number of industries in which concentration was increasing outnumbered those with decreases by at least a margin of two to one. 1 Source: Aaronovitch and Sawyer (1974) (and sources cited there), Hart and Clarke (1980), and calculations from Census of Production 1970, 1975.
Ornstein et al. (1973) provide an earlier summary of eight studies. The four of those studies relevant to our discussion here are also covered by Curry and George (1983). Two others, mainly interested in the impact of advertising on concentration, are discussed in Chapter 7. 4 COST CONDITIONS AND ECONOMIES OF SCALE Introduction The way in which unit costs change with the scale of production is of considerable importance. The impact of economies of scale on concentration was discussed at the end of the previous chapter, and their impact on the ease of entry into an industry is considered in the next chapter.