Barriers to Entry- Describe the Main Barriers to Entry That Exist for Any Organisation Wishing to Enter the Market and Compete with Other Organisations.

Question: Barriers to Entry- Describe the main barriers to entry that exist for any organisation
wishing to enter the market and compete with other organisations.
Barriers to entry, are obstacles that make it difficult to enter a given market.The term can refer to hindrances a firm faces in trying to enter a market or industry—such as government regulation and patents, or a large, established firm taking advantage of economies of scale—or those an individual faces in trying to gain entrance to a profession—such as education or requirement
Because barriers to entry protect incumbent firms and restrict competition in a market, they can contribute to distortionary prices. The existence of monopolies or market power is often aided by barriers to entry.
George Stigler defined an entry barrier as "A cost of producing which must be borne by a firm which seeks to enter an industry but is not borne by firms already in the industry."
Franklin M . Fisher gave the definition "anything that prevents entry when entry is socially beneficial.
Joe S. Bain defined as a barrier to entry anything that allows incumbent firms to earn supernormal profits without threat of entry.

Barriers to entry for firms into a market
Barriers to entry into markets for firms include:
•Advertising: Incumbent firms can seek to make it difficult for new competitors by spending heavily on advertising that new firms would find more difficult to afford or unable to staff and or undertake.
This is known as the market power theory of advertising. Here, established firms' use of advertising creates a consumer perceived difference in its brand from other brands to a degree that consumers see its brand as a slightly different product. Since the brand is seen as a slightly different product, products from existing or potential competitors cannot be perfectly substituted in place of the established firm's brand. This makes it hard for new competitors to gain consumer acceptance.
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