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Aggregate concentration: how big are the biggest companies: concepts, numbers, and perceptions. minimum net capital requirement under SEA Rule 15c(a)(2)(i). (SEC Staff to NYSE) /03 Prime Broker Capital Requirements. A broker-dealer that acts as a prime broker must maintain net capital of not less than $1,, A broker-dealer acting as an executing broker in a prime broker relationship who selfFile Size: KB.
Competition Law and Aggregate Concentration. As recent economic studies have clearly indicated, one of the main sources of competition concerns of many jurisdictions around the world is the impact of high levels of aggregate concentration in their markets, that is, when a small group of economic entities controls a large part of the economic. Pierre-Claude Aïtcin, in Lea's Chemistry of Cement and Concrete (Fifth Edition), The Water/Cement Ratio, an Indirect Measure of the Closeness of Cement Particles in a Cement Paste. For many people, the water/cement ratio is only an abstract number having an inverse relationship with concrete compressive reality, this w/c is a number in direct relation with the average.
Aggregate concentration may exacerbate systemic risk if the social cost of business failure is a superlinear function of the fraction of industry capacity lost to failure. This result suggests new empirical tests to inform policy debates, as well as supporting an efficiency rationale for restricting aggregate concentration under certain conditions. The plan for ICEBERG brought together an aggregate of military power-men, guns, ships, and planes that had accumulated during more than three years of total war. The plan called for joint operations against the inner bastion of the Japanese Empire by the greatest concentration of land, sea, and air forces ever used in the Pacific.
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Overall, or aggregate, concentration is concerned with the extent to which the macro-economy (or broad sectors thereof) is dominated by the largest firms: this is commonly measured by the share of aggregate activity accounted for by the largest ioo firms. Market concentration, on the other hand.
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Somehow the other reviewer (or maybe Amazon) confused this with the National Security Agency (NSA). In any event, this book is the bible for producers, engineers and contractors involved Cited by: Aggregate concentration increased after the mid s, but the levels at the end of the decade were still at or below the levels of the late s or early s.
The average size of firm did increase, however, and the relative importance of the larger size classes offirms increased by: 6. The analysis is based, inter alia, on the experiences of 35 different jurisdictions in dealing with aggregate concentration through competition law, based on a survey performed with the assistance.
“ Aggregate concentration, turnover, and mobility among the largest manufacturing firms in Japan ”. In The Antitrust Bulletin – Winter [Google Scholar], Deutsch & Silber () Deutsch, Joseph and Silber, Jacques.
Static versus dynamic measures of aggregate concentration Cited by: 4. This series indi cates an increase in aggregate concentration in manufacturing from 4 percent for the largest manufacturing corporations in to percent inand an increase for the largest manufacturing corporations from 7 percent in to 9 percent in - Aggregate concentration which measures the relative position of large enterprises in the economy.
This measure has interested economists, sociologists and political scientists mainly in the context of theories relating to actual (and potential) economic- political power which big business may be able to exercise because of their economic importance in a country/industrial sector/geographic region.
Aggregate concentration differs from market concentration in that the latter focuses on the level of concentration in a specific market, whereas the former focuses on a wider point of view, across the : Michal S. Gal, Thomas K. Cheng. Coarse aggregate is material retained on the No.
4 ( mm) sieve and fine aggregate is material passing the No. 4 ( mm) sieve. The Contractor, at its expense, shall provide safe and satisfactory facilities for obtaining representative Size: 39KB. Chapter Coverage and Nondiscrimination Page Coverage and nondiscrimination First Part-Nondiscriminatory classification test, Continued crimin atory classification test There are a series of steps to determine if the plan satisfies the nondiscriminatory classification test.
First, determine the NHCE concentration percentage. Downloadable. This paper has two purposes: first, to map aggregate concentration, that is to estimate economic concentration among the largest companies, in the econo-mies of Southeast Europe, and second, to assess how is the level of aggregate concentration related to market size, international trade and integration to the European Union.
measure, aggregate and control exposures to single counterparties across their books and operations. And throughout history there have been instances of banks failing due to concentrated exposures to individual counterparties (eg Johnson Matthey Bankers in.
When the repulsive forces weaken or become attractive through the addition of a coagulant, particles start to aggregate. Initially, particle doublets A 2 will form from singlets A 1 according to the scheme .
Despite the merger waves of those decades, aggregate concentration declined in the s and the early s, but rose modestly in the late s. The levels at the end of the decade were at or below the levels of the late s or early s.
A joint concentration is meant to integrate the two fields into a coherent plan of study and ordinarily culminates in an interdisciplinary thesis written while enrolled in the thesis tutorial of one concentration only. Some concentrations do not participate in joint concentration programs.
Students should consult with the Head Tutor or Director. Abstract. In this chapter we re-orientate our analysis to consider a set of topics related to changes in corporate strategy.
So far we have suggested that corporate strategy is determined by balancing synergy gains against hedging considerations; synergy is obtained from internal relationships, while hedging is designed to permit the firm to cope with its environmental : Neil M. Kay. The adjustment between the measured and estimated values of aggregate parameters is quite satisfactory, with a slope and intercept close to 1 and 0, respectively.
Considering the principle and analytical characteristics of BOD, its estimation from UV spectrophotometry is by: 2. The paper presents details of art investigation into the effect of aggregate concentration upon the strength and modulus of elasticity of concrete in both uniaxial tension and uniaxial compression.
The test results relate to cement paste and to mixes containing 20 to 80% by volume of a graded by: In colloidal and surface chemistry, the critical micelle concentration (CMC) is defined as the concentration of surfactants above which micelles form and all additional surfactants added to the system go to micelles.
The CMC is an important characteristic of a surfactant. Before reaching the CMC, the surface tension changes strongly with the concentration of the surfactant.
the largest X firms in the economy is frequently described as a measure of "aggregate concentration".1 Thus, this article will be about aggregate concentration in the U.S.
in the s and s.2 1 As will be discussed below, the measurement of aggregate concentration, as well the questionsCited by: 6. A retail association shall not, by way of specialized financing activities, acquire control of, or hold, acquire or increase a substantial investment in, an entity if the aggregate book value of the shares and ownership interests that the retail association, any subsidiary of the retail association and any specialized financing entity of the retail association hold or would hold in the entity is more than $ million.The effect of mix proportions and aggregate dust upon the compressive strength of concrete Authors: B.
P. Hughes, J. E. Ash Source: Magazine of Concrete Research, Vol Is Cited by: on aggregate concentration, one of them asked if it was to be delivered at a convention of sand and gravel dealers. It is easy to understand why, aggregates and concentrates are words long used in that realm, but have come into antitrust terminology only in recent years.
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