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Policy Research Working Papers
How effective are public interventions in addressing significant regional disparities in formal manufacturing concentration in a developing economy? We examine the aggregate and sectoral geographic concentration of manufacturing industries for Indonesia, and estimate the impact of factors influencing location choice at the firm level. We distinguish between natural advantage, including infrastructure endowments, wage rates, and natural resource endowments, and production externalities, arisingdoi:10.1596/1813-9450-3477 fatcat:nypb3x7y2nbbvfyib6kbewtnja