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This paper introduces a multiregional, multiproduct, household interactive, variable input-output (MMHIVIO) model. The MMHIVIO model is a general equilibrium model which captures the interactions and the optimizing behavior of consumers and producers in the space economy. It is not only...
This paper examines interactions between knowledge accumulation and economic development within a multiregional framework. Production and capital accumulation are undertaken according to the principles of neoclassical economics. Accessibility is the key factor for the study of interregional...
This article investigates the relevance of traditional cost-benefit analysis in the context of spatial development. More precisely, in a sequence of spatial models with two centers, we successively consider the impact of households' relocation and urban externalities (congestion, pollution) on...
Public policy limits the quantity of timber which is cut from federal forest land in order to avoid a timber shortage. This policy has led the U.S. Department of Agriculture to employ forecasts of future demand for forest products, including lumber. Lumber demand has been estimated regionally,...
This paper investigates the optimum location of a firm under uniform pricing when demand curves are not identical but are dependent on consumer location. It shows that the Quinn-Alonso-Rydell delivery cost minimization approach no longer applies, and the median location is unlikely to be chosen...
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