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Economic factors in the location of industry.

College-Community Research Program.

Economic factors in the location of industry.

by College-Community Research Program.

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Published in [Providence .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New England.
    • Subjects:
    • Industrial location -- New England.

    • Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC107.A11 C56
      The Physical Object
      Pagination2 v.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5895677M
      LC Control Number63041080
      OCLC/WorldCa11746555

        Today, this industry has become global. This is due to a series of technological, political, and socio-economic events. The main factors guiding the location of these industries are resource availability, cost and infrastructure. The major hubs of the IT industry are the Silicon Valley, California and Bangalore, India. Why Silicon Valley? A firm hires more of factors costing less than the revenue they add, and less of costing more until the equilibrium condition in equation is satisfied for all factors. An important cause of differences between derived demand curves for an economy and for a firm or industry is Author: Gary S Becker.

        These are all factors that need to be taken into account when assessing the attractiveness of a potential market. Economic Factors: Economic factors are determinants of a certain economy’s performance. Factors include economic growth, exchange rates, inflation rates, interest rates, disposable income of consumers and unemployment rates. 2. Location Spectrum and Factors. The location of economic activities is a priori dependent on the nature of the activity itself. While in the past locations were mainly considered at the scale of industries such as petrochemicals, the focus is now more on the specific activities involved.

        The Economic Theory Of Industrial Location By, Parth Maru(12BEEO32) Deep Patel(12BEE) 2. Weber’s Theory: Location Of Manufacturing Industry Alfred weber, a German economist, has developed the theory explaining the location of manufacturing industry. Weber’s main interest was to construct a general theory of location which could be. Therefore, the industry in general is localized at a place or in a region where the cost of production was the minimum. According to Weber there are two general regional factors which affect ‘ cost of production: (i) Transportation cost, and (ii) Labour costs. In fact, these .


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Entrepreneurship tends to focus on identifying and fulfilling consumer needs in specific niche markets, but all businesses can be affected by large-scale economic trends. Accounting for trends in the overall economy can. Industrial location factors: physical, human and economic.

Physical: Human and Economic: Raw materials The factory needs to be close to these if they are heavy and bulky to transport.: Labour A large cheap labour force is required for labour-intensive manufacturing industries.

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