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Working Paper - 213 - Disentangling the Pattern of Geographic Concentration in Tunisian Manufacturing Industries
“Markets favour some places over others, some places-cities, coastal areas, and connected countries are favoured by producers” (World Bank, 2009). The spatial agglomeration of economic activities may generate cooperative relationships and high levels of interaction between actors, as well as knowledge spillover. Economic behaviour is influenced not only by formal incentives and institutions, but also by the interaction between the various economic agents involved in the activity (Amara and Ayadi, 2009; 2013).