Industrial centralization in Indonesia

@article{Henderson1996IndustrialCI,
  title={Industrial centralization in Indonesia},
  author={J. Henderson and A. Kuncoro},
  journal={The World Bank Economic Review},
  year={1996},
  volume={10},
  pages={513-540}
}
In certain situations' economic liberalization policies can increase the degree of spatial centralization of resources and spatial concentration of manufacturing in large metropolitan areas. In addition, historical patterns of location make it difficult to alter the degree of centralization. This article explores these issues by specifying and estimating a nested logit model of industrial location of manufacturing activity in Java, focusing on the unincorporated sector. The results indicate… Expand
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