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Agglomeration as spatial interdependence between firms and households

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  • Papageorgiou, Y. Y.
  • Thisse, J. -F.

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  • Papageorgiou, Y. Y. & Thisse, J. -F., 1985. "Agglomeration as spatial interdependence between firms and households," Journal of Economic Theory, Elsevier, vol. 37(1), pages 19-31, October.
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