Oligopolistic Competition And Economic Geography
AbstractThis paper studies a general equilibrium model of economic geography in which firms engage in oligopolistic competition. This framework is conducive to analytic results. With increasing returns, oligopolistic competition leads to interindustry trade between regions rather than intraindustry trade. The choice of appropriate technology is a channel of concentration of industries. Copyright Blackwell Publishing, Inc. 2007
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