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  • The effects of generalized relocation costs upon intraurban household relocation
  • Mobility intention and subsequent relocation
  • The purpose of the study is to demonstrate the main characteristic features of relocation and its impact on the new spatial pattern of Hungarian industry. The A. summarises the most important experiences regarding relocation to and from Hungary
  • . A case study is presenting how relocation was carried out at the multinational company Flextronics, where relocation was concomitant with the area restructuring of production. - (AM)
  • Relocation, relocation, relocation : assessing the case for public sector dispersal
  • Voucher recipient achievement of improved housing conditions in the US : do moving distance and relocation services matter ?
  • Tha analysis is used to determine if the use of relocation counselling services and distance moved help to explain variations in housing satisfaction.
  • Embracing diversity in theory : a theoretical contribution to rethinking relocation settlements
  • This paper aims to contribute to the use of theories of diversity in geographical studies. Through the use of the case study of Bilanyoni (a former relocation settlement in KwaZulu-Natal), the paper discusses the way in which such settlements have
  • Distribution of local food activity in England and Wales : an index of food relocalization
  • Cet article cherche à identifier des zones de production alimentaires existantes en Angleterre et au pays de Galles à travers un indice de relocalisation alimentaire (Index of Food Relocalization).
  • Public sector relocation and regional development
  • The drive for efficiency in national government has given an increased impetus to Civil Service relocation away from London and the South East. This provides opportunities for regional development similar to those in business support operations
  • in the private sector. The paper looks at the economic benefits and costs of public sector relocation. The motivating factors are examined. Regional development agencies cannot offer the same inducements as do private services.
  • Investigation of the relocation of manufacturing establishments in the provinces of Overijssel and Noord Brabant. From a quantitative point of view, relocation has been relatively unimportant up to now. The relocated establishments did generally
  • not meet the requirements and possibilities of the receiving regions. Besides: the relocated establishments proved to be very sensitive to conjuncture. In economically unfavourable times only a kind of suburbanisation remains. (AGD).
  • Personeel op drift: Hoe reageren personeelsleden op een verplaatsing van hun bedrijf? (Workers on the move: the reactions of employees on enterprise relocation)
  • The authors place the results of a research on the consequences of relocations of enterprises for their employees within the framework of dual labour market theory. The majority of the employees which can be considered as the secondary segment
  • of the labour market, lost their jobs after the relocation.
  • Perspectives on office relocation in the Netherlands
  • Office relocation in Hamburg: the city-nord project
  • A study of the economic impact of industrial relocation: the case of Seoul
  • Evidence of fiscal differentials and intrametropolitan firm relocation
  • The A. examines factors involved in the relocation of the capital to enhance understanding about contemporary Burma in various aspects. This pioneering work argues that moving the capital from Yangon to Naypyidaw is a profound and multi-faceted
  • and contributes to creating an academic knowledge about geopolitical transformations in Southeast Asian urban networks in the twenty-first century. The book consists of seven chapters : 1- Conceptual framework, 2- The main factors in the relocation of capitals
  • in Burmese History, 3- Politico-Military security and the current relocation of the capital, 4- Hinterland economic development and the current relocation of the capital, 5- Spiritual-Cultural Unity and the current relocation of the capital, 6- The location
  • Geographical dynamics and industrial relocation : spatial strategies of apparel firms in Ningbo, China
  • This paper examines the diverse trajectories of firm relocation in the apparel industry in the global, regional, and local context. The analysis applies this framework to the apparel industry in the city of Ningbo, which is one of the biggest
  • apparel clusters in China. Through an analysis of several case studies, we show the articulation of global, regional, and local factors that are co-shaping apparel firm relocation processes. We also show that the extent to which these factors affect
  • a firm’s spatial strategies is highly dependent on the firm’s characteristics. Lastly, this paper examines the opportunities for local suppliers generated by firm relocation.
  • that communities will be relocated to a new climate and new elevation. Secondly, that physiographic element changes due to relocation will reduce household economic income. Thirdly, that communities relocated across the study township are less connected
  • with their former relatives after relocation while family-to-family free labor exchange. China’s dam resettlement compensation system focuses on the loss of economic resources after relocation. However, this study finds that the physiographic elements
  • of the relocation sites are an important driver of ensuring economic growth and stability after relocation.
  • Selecting suburbia : residential relocation to outer Sydney
  • This paper reports on a sample of 400 individuals who relocated from inner and middle-ring areas of metropolitan Sydney in the early 1990s. Whilst environmental amenity and housing quality do influence relocation decisions, the dominant concern
  • The commuter zone as a relocation choice of low income migrants in a step-wise pattern to Port-of-Spain, Trinidad
  • to the modern-urban environment. Here the relative significance of step-wise migration as a process of rural-urban relocation to Port-of-Spain, Trinidad is assessed. A distinction is made between hierarchical and spatial step-wise patterns and the role
  • of commuting, as a factor influencing the relocation behaviour of cityward migrants, is highlighted. (MPM).
  • The Search process in residential relocation