Policy Note 6 Agglomeration and Manufacturing Activities in Indonesia

@inproceedings{Fitriani2012PolicyN6,
  title={Policy Note 6 Agglomeration and Manufacturing Activities in Indonesia},
  author={Fitria Fitriani and Gonzalo J. Varela and Mohammad Adhi Dipo},
  year={2012}
}
Contributors: Sjamsu Rahardja and Ari Kuncoro, with the help from Fitria Fitriani, Gonzalo Varela and Mohammad Adhi Dipo The importance of the agglomeration process in facilitating growth and productivity increases in Indonesia’s manufacturing sector cannot be ignored. The agglomeration process is associated with improved productivity as firms enjoy external benefits from either urbanization or from the sharing of inputs available in certain locations. Evidence suggests that Java remains the… CONTINUE READING

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