Expansion Path of a Firm?

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The expansion path of a firm is a concept used to mathematically prove the most efficient things a firm can do to maximize profits and future growth. Different types of data are plotted to decide the best path a company can take, but this concept has its limitations. It is often too easy to assume some parts of the data being plotted will remain constant, but that doesn't allow for the unplanned things that can occur in spite of all the planning. Economic downturns, natural disasters, and other unplanned incidents can alter a firm's expansion path.
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