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Consistency of methods for analysing location-specific data

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Neutron Spectrometry and Dosimetry in Specific Locations at Two CANDU Power Plants

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Human epicardial adipose tissue has a specific transcriptomic signature depending on its anatomical peri-atrial, peri-ventricular, or peri-coronary location

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Sequences Flanking the Centromere of Human Chromosome 10 Are a Complex Patchwork of Arm-Specific Sequences, Stable Duplications and Unstable Sequences with Homologies to Telomeric and Other Centromeric Locations

Positive and negative impacts of nonspecific sites during target location by a sequence-specific DNA-binding protein: origin of the optimal search at physiological ionic strength

Location of the internal ribosome entry site in the 5′ non-coding region of the immunoglobulin heavy-chain binding protein (BiP) mRNA: evidence for specific RNA-protein interactions

 

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Locational factors bestow competitive advantages if they offer resources that are not easily transferred to other locations. Such resources are either tangible (like natural resources or labour) or intangible (like expertise, or specialized services).

Location-specific resources influence the locations of transnational corporations (TNCs), especially if they complement the expertise of the TNC; the more easily the TNC can influence the location-specific resources, the more likely it is to invest in the professional development of its human capital. The TNC is then less likely to substitute one location for another one. In a study of the location-specific resources of Vienna, Windsperger (2006South East Eur. J. Econ. & Bus. 20) identifies geographic distance; transport infrastructure; specific human capital; management know-how; historic ties; a multicultural environment; and a high quality of life, as major factors in location specificity.

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