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What is the porter's five forces analysis of volkswagen company?
The porter's five force analysis of Volkswagen are, supplier power, buying power, threat of new entry, threat of substitution, competitive rivalry. ...
Difference between perfect competition and monopolistic competition?
In perfect competition there are no restrictions about new entry or withdraw of existing firm in the market. But in monopolistic competition there are restriction on the new coming and withdrawing company, that mean no firm can enter or exist from the market in monopolistic competition. ...
Asked in Economics
How does network externalities act as a barrier to entry?
1. Network externality is the benefit we get from a single consumer and when it gets to the greater values it makes us, meaning the firm, bigger so the bigger the firm, the bigger the barriers to entry because there will be a firm which does the same job and good at what it does. ...
How macro environmental factor affect the confectionery industry in Australia?
First, the bargaining power of buyers. Next, bargaining power of suppliers. Rivalry among existing competitors, threat of substitute products, and threat of a new entry. ...
Asked in Microsoft Corporation
What is the porter's five forces analysis of Microsoft inc?
Porterâ??s Five Forces include Threat of Entry, Threat of Rivalry, Threat of Substitutes, Threat of Powerful Suppliers, and Threat of Powerful Buyers. These were developed by Michael E. Porter. ...
Asked in Business Accounting and Bookkeeping
What is the journal entries of cheque cancellation?
Party a/c.... Dr Bank a/c.....Cr If we issue a cheque we would have passed an entry (debit the receiver/firm & credit the bank) that entry should be reversed (debit bank & credit the firm). ...
Asked in Business & Finance, Economics
What is are monopolies?
A monopoly is a form of market structure in which there is only one firm which produces a certain good or service that has no close substitudes and in which the firm is protected from competition by a barier that prevents the entry of new firms. Barriers to entry: legal or natural constraints that protect a firm from potential competitors Legal monopoly: a market in which competition and entry are restricted by the granting of a publich franchise (exclusive right granted to a...
What are some entry level positions I could get working for a law firm?
in al aw firm there are quite a few entry level positions available. of all the E. L. P. the m,ain two i would think are paralegal intern , and legal secutary. ...
Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights
What has the author Christos Constantatos written?
Christos Constantatos has written: 'Vertical differentiation and entry threat in a natural duopoly' ...
Factors to consider when determining industry attractiveness?
The barriers of entry, the value the industry can provide for customers, capital requirement, exit barriers. All this can be determined using Porter's Five Force Model, which looks at competitor (Rivalry), threat of new entrants, supplier power, buyer power, and threat of substitute products. ...
What are the journal entries for a sale of a house at a loss?
the entry can be done in two ways 1= if house is the propery of the firm but firm deals in some another business cash account dr profit and loss account dr to house account ** this entry is done when house has been sold in cash 2= if firm's business is to deal in houses then entry would be cash account dr to sales account ...
What is the second main source of a monopoly's barrier to entry?
The government gives a single firm the exclusive right to produce a specific good. ...