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A study on the regional movement of firms and its implications

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Frame of Image understood owing to the local move support policies for them, the overall movement patterns including relocation within the capital area, movement between non-capital regions, and characteristics of moving companies have not been analyzed. Providing interregional movement patterns of enterprises at a national level can enhance the efficiency and reality of industrial location policies. It is possible to refine targets and means of industrial location policies by analyzing the local properties of clusters formed by interregional
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2003 National Business Survey
movements and venturing and the characteristics of relocating and start-up companies. The analysis of both corporate movement factors and job creation effects can provide the basis for developing customized regional location policies by suggesting incentives for enterprises and effects on local employment. The analysis of corporate mobility patterns for the last ten years by industry, corporate size, and business year can be used as the base information for planning future industrial location policies that range from industrial complexes and clusters to free economic zones. The raw data of national business survey annually released by KOSTAT are used as the primary data for analyzing the inter-regional movement of enterprises. The raw data contain extensive information about 3,673,876 businesses all over the country including address, the number of employees (permanent, temporary), industry classification code, y


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Title A study on the regional movement of firms and its implications
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Material Type Articles
Author(English)

Jeong, Yoonseon

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[Sejong, South Korea]:Korea Institute for Economy&Trade

Date 2016
Pages 12
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Economy < Economic Administration
Industry and Technology
Holding KIET