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Interregional and international trade models have conventionally used an abstract exchange mechanism to generate the linkages between exogenous supply and demand functions defined in each region (country). This approach is compared with a procedure where spatial non-separable supply or demand...
Although the entropy function has been widely used in regional science, its underlying economic implications do not seem to have been explored in a significant way. The main purpose of this paper is an attempt to reconcile entropy model approaches with production theory in economics. In order to...
This paper tries to provide with a unified framework for understanding how drivers act in response to exogenously provided route guidance information; and how they form subjective expectations on traffic conditions from repeated learning. The learning problems are placed in the context of...
In mobile communications there are two superimposing spatial activities: mobility and telecommunication. Starting from an individual utility function of a certain type, a micro-economic founded gravity model for spatial mobile communication flows is developed in this paper. Estimated parameters...
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