D. Jianping - Agglomeration Effects in Manufacturing Location - Are there any Country’s Preferences?
Geographic location of a firm reveals its country’s preference. This paper examines the agglomeration effects of the location of 1.5.5. and Japanese manufacturing firms within China’s 30 administrative regions during the period 1981—4996. The empirical results from the Conditional Logit Model (CLM) indicate that agglomeration effects exist in both countries’ site choices, though they are varied in degree by sectors owing to firms’ nature and country’s preference. Similarities and differences between the two countries in their plant location are also studied.
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Volume (Year): 52 (1999)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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