economy of scale


economy of scale

Definition of ECONOMY OF SCALE

:  a reduction in the cost of producing something (as a car or a unit of electricity) brought about especially by increased size of production facilities —usually used in plural

First Known Use of ECONOMY OF SCALE

1944

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