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geographic scale economies


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‘Efficiencies that arise within a state as a result of the state's absolute abundance of those endowments that confer comparative advantage in the industry’ (Smith (1999) Rev. Int. Econ. 7, 1). These arise as a result of production, are external to firms, and generate own-industry effects that dominate cross-industry effects.

Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography.


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