size distribution of firms

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The number of firms of various sizes. Size can be measured in various ways: employment, turnover, and stock exchange capitalization are commonly used measures of size. On any measure the distribution tends to be skewed, with many small firms and relatively few large ones in any industry or area, or a country as a whole.

Subjects: Economics.

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