concentration ratio

Definitions

Economics

  • noun a ratio showing the proportion of a market that is dominated by a few large firms. This is calculated according to information about the size distribution of firms.

Health Economics

  • (written as Concentration Ratio)
    The share of the market (usually by sales or employment) occupied by the largest firms (typically four). An n -firm concentration ratio is the ratio for an industry of n firms.
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