Centralization

  • (noun): Gathering to a center.
    Synonyms: centralisation
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on centralization:

Pope Pius IX - Papacy - Governing The Church - Centralization
... the Church contributed to an ever-increasing centralization and consolidation of power in Rome and the papacy ...
Hierarchical Network - Centralization
... If the central node is passive, the originating node must be able to tolerate the reception of an echo of its own transmission, delayed by the two-way round trip transmission time (i.e ... to and from the central node) plus any delay generated in the central node ...
Brunswick (Brittonkill) Central School District - History - Centralization
... Trustees created a committee charged with gathering facts about school district centralization and reporting back to the community ... made up of one member from each school district to reevaluate centralization ... In March 1954, the Centralization Committee produced a pamphlet entitled Digest of Facts to inform the community of the project ...
Pre-Imperial Mali - Manden Kurufa
... the Sahel characterized by stronger and stronger centralization ... Whereas the Ghana Empire had very little centralization outside of the edicts of its emperor, the Mali Empire would emerge as West Africa’s first federalized state with sweeping laws that were more or less ... This trend of centralization would be adopted and further developed by the Songhai during Mali’s decline as well as Bamana, Wolof and Fula states thereafter ...
History Of Portugal (1834–1910) - Devourism - Municipalization
... The issue of centralization or de-centralization was an ongoing debate in the post-War era, resulting in successive legislation ... in 1842 Costa Cabral's regime instituted another process of centralization, which were quickly challenged by the legislative projects of Almeida ...

More definitions of "centralization":

  • (noun): The act of consolidating power under a central control.
    Synonyms: centralisation