innocent entry barriers

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Barriers to entry to an industry which result from natural, technical, or social conditions, but are not deliberately designed to restrict entry. For example, an existing firm may have cost advantages due to accumulated experience of production, or the techniques of production may require large sunk costs before production can start.

Subjects: Economics.

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