Poster "Territorial Trends of Agglomeration Economies"
1) Global economic functions tend to cluster on specific locations in urban agglomerations.
2) The city centres and airport areas are the most dynamic and global interlinked places of cities.
3) Research and development, education as well as creative economic activities tend to cluster in the city-centre due to good international access and its attractiveness as lively places.
4) Classic manufacturing and textile are pushed out of the centre and is located in secondary poles within the agglomeration.
ESPON Targeted Analysis CAEE - The Case for Agglomeration Economies in Europe
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