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A Study of Developing a Relative-Specialization Index Using Expected Frequence
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A Study of Developing a Relative-Specialization Index Using Expected Frequence
Nam, Ki-Seong; Oh, Min-Hong; Hong, Hyun-Guyn;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study is to introduce a relative specialization index, the Nam-Oh-Hong Index(NOHI) and to investigate regional distribution of occupational specialization using the newly developed index. Compared with Location Quotient(LQ), the advantages of the index is that the NOHI enables comparison between inter-regional and intra-regional concentration of employment possible at the same time. The results of the specialization analyses show that Seoul is specialized in management, book-keeping and office related occupations, whereas Busan in machine and material related occupations.
 Keywords
Concentration index;relative-specialization index;location quotient;
 Language
Korean
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