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Synonyms for agglomerate

to bring together so as to increase in mass or number

Synonyms for agglomerate

volcanic rock consisting of large fragments fused together

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form into one cluster

clustered together but not coherent

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Keywords: Agglomeration, CPEC, Social Inclusion, Factor Analysis, Data Envelopment Analysis, Efficiency
(2012); Ciccone and Hall (1996) and Burki and Khan (2013)] have been conducted to examine the impact of such agglomeration (clusters) on firm efficiency/productivity.
Most existing studies on the effects of agglomeration on firm performance tend to focus on productivity and highlight productivity gains arising from agglomeration economies.
In this paper, we examine the role of sub-national institutions in moderating the impact of industry agglomeration on profitability of MNC subsidiaries.
Pei Wu [13] studied the road network characteristics of urban agglomeration with some quantitative methods, such as the traffic assignment algorithm based on the path and the design algorithm of the integrated hybrid road network.
There is very little research about an urban agglomeration, and if there is one, it often focuses on the macro development characteristic of urban agglomeration transport system and specific plans still within one administrative region lacking in-depth analysis of the internal relationship between transport supply and demand structure of urban agglomeration.
Industrial agglomerations are concentration of economic activities which exhibit a set of forces which tend to bind together various elements required for the development and growth of certain industries.
With the rapid development of social economy, the urbanization of the city is becoming more and more obvious, the formation and development of city agglomeration have become a symbol and trend of urbanization in our country, so it is important to exert the support function of transportation system to the whole process of city agglomeration development (Haghani, 2003; Fan, 2011; Delgado, 2015).
In its 2004 judgement, the ECJ ruled against Belgium on the grounds that 114 agglomerations in the Flemish Region, 60 agglomerations in the Walloon Region, and the Brussels-Capital Region had failed to comply with the requirements of Directive 91/271 concerning urban waste-water treatment (Case C-27/03).
Clustering economic activity, or agglomeration, imposes both positive and negative externalities on a regional economy.
(1999) aroused interest in the academic community, particularly the relationship between agglomeration and economic growth (1).
Des responsables au ministere ont fait savoir que ces nouvelles agglomerations seront baties avec la participation des unions agricoles, productives et consommatrices, ainsi que celles de la richesse piscicole.
Another field is concerned with the identification of growth effects that are linked to location patterns of economic activity within countries, whereby agglomerations of firms generate positive externality effects through the occurrence of knowledge spillovers, input-output linkages and thick labor markets (Rosenthal and Strange, 2004; Duranton and Puga, 2004).