Communal Brand: The Development Of Geographical Economics Dawuhan Mangli
AKBAR, Yugo Ferdian
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This paper discusses the complex relationships between the formation of communal brand geography and economic growth. We are investigating ways in which communal brand geography may be the issue directly to the growth, controlling for economic pol icies and institutions, as well as the effect of geography on the policy choices and institutions. We find that the location and climate have a major impact on the level of revenue and earnings growth. In addition, geography seems to be a factor in the choice of the formation of communal brand itself. When we identify a geographic area that is not conducive to the growth of the modern economy, we find that much of this area has a density and fast population increase. In addition, much of the revenue increase may take place this upcoming community in this area are not benefitting geographically.
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