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sense of e·qui·lib·ri·um

the sense that makes possible a normal physiologic posture.
Synonym(s): static sense

static sense

The sense that makes it possible to maintain equilibrium.
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That is, once industry mix effects are taken into account (PROD_MIX), there is no evidence of information transfers from the high-tech sector that raises productivity for other industries (in a static sense).
Likewise, the negative coefficient on the metropolitan share coefficient suggests that certain urbanization effects do not play a role in attracting a productive industry mix (in a static sense), where perhaps urban congestion effects dominate.
Also in a static sense, increased urbanization through a higher metropolitan population share led to increased average productivity across all industries (effects not related to diversity of urban areas), but this was offset by a less productive composition of industries.