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Optimal Scale and the Size Distribution of American trucking Firms

Optimal Scale and the Size Distribution of American trucking Firms

The author's survey leads him to conclude that the average cost curve declines sharply to an output level of about 6.8 million ton-miles per annum, and rises gradually beyond that. The trucking industry is dominated by firms above that size as a result of the policy of the US Interstate Commerce Commission.

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