According to experts, the way to achieve economies of scale
is through acquisition.
However, it failed to find sufficient integration between the Wisconsin steel and the Illinois food-packaging subsidiaries, which would have been evidenced by centralized departments that generate economies of scale
and value for the corporate group members.
A smaller company is competing at less advantage because it can't take advantage of those economies of scale
in operational costs.
Microeconomic studies on libraries can be classified into a number of categories: economic theory of libraries, economies of scale
using production functions and cost functions, data envelopment analysis, cost-benefit analyses, cost modeling, and performance measures.
As large markets drive economic development over decades, so strong market demand is said to drive growth year to year in a very particular way: by spurring firms to achieve vast economies of scale
in the production of standardized products for those markets.
While DiMicco hesitates to say economies of scale
help larger EAF companies, he does say that there are some economies on the purchasing and marketing sides of Nucor's business.
As a massive, subsidized telecommunications infrastructure, the Internet offers economies of scale
not achievable with any other single technology.
Reduce risk by defining and implementing best practices for rolling out and managing more scalable enterprise-class SANs, which permit efficiencies because of economies of scale
by being able to share the storage infrastructure flexibly across many Storage Accounts.
There is concern that they can turn around and use whatever savings are generated from economies of scale
and return value to the shareholder as opposed to investing in the consumer's interest," said Scott Serota, acting president and chief executive officer for Blue Cross & Blue Shield.
The higher the market share the better the economies of scale
for the acquiring distributor, and thus the more valuable the brands.