zero-profit condition

Mossa

Senior Member
France French
Bonjour à tous,

Certains parmi vous sauraient-ils quel est le terme technique utilisé en français pour "zero profit condition" en économie ?

Linguee me donne "condition de nullité des profits" mais la source est canadienne et Google ne me donne que dix occurrences. Je ne trouve rien qui ressemble à "condition zéro profit/bénéfice" ou qui intègre l'idée de nullité des profits.

Zero-profit condition - Wikipedia :
"In economic competition theory, the zero-profit condition describes the condition that occurs when an industry or type of business has an extremely low (near-zero) cost of entry. In this situation, many people tend to join the industry, seeing the opportunity to make money, until there is no more money to make (supply exceeds demand); the large amount of competition limits each person's share of the market, as well as their ability to pursue a large profit margin. This would represent a situation of almost perfect competition."

Merci !
 
  • bh7

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    Canada; English
    la condition de la nullité des profits
    la condition de la nullité du profit d'équilibre [...]
    la situation où le profit devient nul
    la condition "profit anormal = 0" / "profits anormaux = 0"
     
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