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Authors: Gál, Zoltán
Singh, Devesh
Title: Industrial agglomeration and location choice in the service sector: the case of India
Citation: DETUROPE: Central European Journal of Tourism and Regional Development 10:(3) pp. 90-107. (2018)
Issue Date: 2018
ISSN: 1821-2506
Keywords: telephelyválasztás
India
szolgáltatások
ipari körzet
agglomeráció
Language: angol
URI: http://www.deturope.eu/img/upload/content_05680260.pdf
http://hdl.handle.net/11155/1901
Abstract: Behind the selection of location choices for services and retail sector, many factors work in conjunction. This research tried to determine which factors had an influence on location choice and agglomeration and which factors worked together to decide the location choice. This study empirically tests location determinant hypothesis. Our findings suggested that infrastructure, corruption and law, labour law and workforce had a significant effect on location choice. Other factors such as trade regulation, competition, sales and supply, access to land and permit, access to finance, institutional administration and political constraint had the insignificant effect on location choice. Our research used the 2014 World Enterprise Survey data from World Bank, and it included the 2116 registered companies sample responses.
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