Definition of Deconcentration. Meaning of Deconcentration. Synonyms of Deconcentration

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Definition of Deconcentration

Deconcentration
Deconcentration De*con`cen*tra"tion, n. Act of deconcentrating. [R.]

Meaning of Deconcentration from wikipedia

- Industrial deconcentration is the movement of industrial zones (factories) away from the center of the city, and further away from each other. It is similar...
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- and formed the short-lived City of Williamsburgh in 1851. Industrial deconcentration in the mid-century was bringing shipbuilding and other manufacturing...
- Europe, counterurbanization involves a type of migration leading to deconcentration of one area to another that is beyond suburbanization or metro decentralization...
- Geyer, H. S. (1990). "Implications of differential urbanization on deconcentration in the Pretoria-Wi****ersrand-Vaal Triangle metropolitan area, South...
- major forms of administrative decentralization have been described. Deconcentration, the weakest form of decentralization, shifts responsibility for decision-making...
- Stinner, William F.; Bacol-Montilla, Melinda (October 1981). "Po****tion Deconcentration in Metropolitan Manila in the Twentieth Century". The Journal of Developing...
- Dekonsentrasi Kuasa (Indonesian Political Parties 1999–2019: Concentration and Deconcentration of Power) (in Indonesian). Jakarta: Kompas. p. 92. ISBN 978-602-412-005-4...
- "mixed-income" projects and vouchers instead. While liberals touted it as "deconcentration," the removal project effectively (and efficiently) displaced low-income...