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Aggregation

Process in corporate financial planning whereby the smaller investment proposals of each of the firm's operational units are aggregated and effectively treated as a whole.

Aggregation

1. A composite report of all futures positions held by a single trader. Aggregations are used to ensure that reports are accurate and regulations are followed.

2. In corporate financial planning, the combination of several, small investments such that they are treated as one, large investment.
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Locational complimentarily is an important attribute of places which provide natural growth to different nodes to develop into larger geo- spatial agglomeration.
Complexity: The complexity of financial agglomeration includes three aspects of content: one is the formation of financial agglomeration of factors is complex and diverse; the second is financial agglomeration type with the combination of a variety of financial resources is complex and changeable; the third is the financial agglomeration process is complex, it is the process of other industry and financial industry compound growth.
There are potentially significant benefits from agglomeration.
We investigate agglomeration while examining the relationship between employment density and labor productivity in Japan.
A few years later, with Martin and Ottaviano (1999), Fujita and Thisse (2002) and Baldwin and Martin (2004) explain the phenomena of urban agglomeration on economic growth.
FEECO provides a wide range of products and services including: Lab Testing, Thermal Processing, Agglomeration, and Material handling equipment / systems, Parts, Maintenance Programs, Training, etc.
This suggests that foreign-owned firms are influenced in their location behavior by the regional presence of agglomeration economies.
2011), "Country-of-origin and Industry FDI Agglomeration of Foreign Investors in an Emerging Economy," Journal of International Business Studies 42.
This study attempts to analyze the agglomeration of manufacturing firms for the Indian context using an agglomeration measure given by Ellison and Glaeser for 66 manufacturing industries in 21 major States and Union Territories.
The system is built on the combination of the agglomeration techniques used in water treatment plants with the company's commercial superconducting electromagnetic separation technology to purify blue-green algae and other phytoplankton.
Attempting to blow up a loose agglomeration of rocky material is a lot like firing a bullet into a pile of sandbags, notes Love.
Couple families in the census agglomeration of Yellowknife ranked second with a median income of $111,500 followed by couple families in Labrador City at $87,900.