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In his unpublished MA thesis of 1921, the young Hotelling invented an ingenious model of population growth and diffusion. The contribution remained widely unknown until Waldo Tobler and Alan Wilson edited it as an article in 1978. Not even then did it trigger off any outburst of contributions....
This paper analyzes short-run price variation in one-dimensional (i.e., circular, linear) spatial markets where both producers and consumers are numerous. Price reaction functions are established for firms under symmetrical price conjectures. For perfectly inelastic consumer demand each firm's...
This paper presents a linkage between the Markov Chain model of housing vacancy transfers and two types of behavioral choice model. First, it shows how vacancy transition probabilities can be computed from the estimated parameters in a household's house choice model. Then it shows how the...
The objective of this brief paper is very specific: to test with data from the People's Republic of China (PRC) an earlier model by the author on regional relative dynamics. Originally, that model was used to replicate the regional relative population and income growth of Nine Divisions in the...
In affluent mixed economies, social security programs are often the single most effective instrument to reach a minimal level of interregional income inequality. This paper extensively investigates the spatial structure and the interregional impacts of these programs in The Netherlands, using a...
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