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This paper argues that the high-tech manufacturing sector's location pattern in favor of the Capital Region is a key variable that can explain both divergent local manufacturing performance and Korea's monocentric economic geography. My major findings from the case study of Samsung Electronics (SEC) can be summarized as follows. First, high-tech firms have strong incentives to integrate their R&D and manufacturing divisions spatially, because this can encourage process innovation and savedoi:10.15793/kspr.2009.62..007 fatcat:ldnlecmbxfcmnbnnszm2yzajru