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Tieboutian market Structure and Collective Decision Process Within a Global Competition Policy

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  • Ermelinda Lopes
  • Ermelinda Lopes Silva

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To pay attention to the new market structures within the global economy. Tieboutian analysis and collective decision process. The optimal size of the market can be lower using the Tieboutian decision process.

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  • Ermelinda Lopes & Ermelinda Lopes Silva, 2016. "Tieboutian market Structure and Collective Decision Process Within a Global Competition Policy," EcoMod2016 9292, EcoMod.
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    Global economy.; Optimization models; Trade issues;

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