03%, Poland was in the group of countries with the lowest concentration ratio
, near France, Ireland, Italy, Great Britain, Austria, Germany and Luxembourg.
The K-firm concentration ratio
, defined as the cumulative market share of the Kth firm is the oldest and the most commonly used index.
Finally, simulations are conducted to study the effect of concentration ratio
on the amount of steam generation.
karschi), the radioactivity concentration ratio
53 Source: USDA Table 3: Top-4 and Top-8 Firms Concentration Ratios
and HHI from 1997 to 2003 Year Top-4 Firms Top-8 Firms HHI Concentration Concentration Ratio
(%) Ratio (%) 2013 57.
The responsiveness of sales to the four firms' concentration ratio
(CR4) for just the Bain hypothesis (Eq.
Research on concentration in Lithuanian banking sector is based on the most frequently used concentration measures: the Herfindahl-Hirschman index and the k bank concentration ratio
Nevertheless, Ca:Na concentration ratio
decreased with increasing SARiw (Fig.
In this classification, the main indicator of the concentration is concentration ratio
(CR5) of five major banks, which refers to the five largest banks by assets, market share.
Relation among the plasma triglyceride/high-density lipoprotein cholesterol concentration ratio
, insulin resistance, and associated cardio-metabolic risk factors in men and women.
sublingual) was the BPAG: BPA plasma molar concentration ratio
Table 1: Investigated factors and their levels Factor level Silane to silica Hydrolysis ratio pH concentration ratio