Industrial location models and their efficiency


Industrial location models and their efficiency


Earth science


Effective placement of the enterprise depends on the set of factors: natural, industrial and social. The model of the least costs of Weber makes it possible to understand where enterprises should be located with minimal costs for business for transportation costs. The Tinbergen model involves the placement of industry depending on socio-economic costs. The model offers resource allocation in favor of a specific sector. Model Tuneen - a scheme for placing agricultural production, depending on the sales site of products. The gravitational model of a hinting is a model of relationships between cities. She argues that the industry is developing mainly in large cities or nearby.