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A growing body of empirical urban economic studies suggests that agglomeration and accessibility externalities are important sources of the uneven distribution of economic activities across cities and regions. At the same time, little is known about the importance of agglomeration economies for the actual location behavior of rms. is is remarkable, since theories that underlie agglomeration economies are microeconomic in nature. In a case study of the Dutch province of South Holland, we analyzedoi:10.5198/jtlu.v4i1.144 fatcat:xrkdo76c6jdl5mqsjmnvlgwae4