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In this paper, we combine the monopolistic competition model of Fujita (1988) with the variable density model by Tabuchi (1986), Liu (1988) and Grimaud (1989), and develop a monopolistic competition model of spatial agglomeration with variable density. We compare the results of the present paper...
In this paper, an interregional general equilibrium model is presented which combines a linear structure with factor substitution under heterogeneous price sensitivity among industries. The model is an extension of the MRVIO model proposed by Liew and Liew (1984a, b) and is compared with others...
The purpose of this paper is to explore the interface between private and public service location behaviour. An empirical test investigates the following hypothesis: when competition is restricted to locational behaviour, independent private firms select their locations so as to maximize...
This paper examines the location of industrial research laboratories in order to make inferences about the location decision process. Utilizing data gathered fromIndustrial Research Laboratories of the United States, the analysis of spatial point patterns reveals that labs are clustered within...
The problem is to determine the role of value-added information in obtaining a measure of the benefits of public investment. Net benefit in a benefit/cost analysis is the change in economic surplus, i.e., the sum of the increase in consumer surplus and economic rent. An increase in productivity...
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