The Competitive Paradigm in Spatial Economics
This paper discusses the reasons for the spatial impossibility theorem, which states that the competitive paradigm cannot explain the formation of large urban agglomerations and trade ows. This result is especially meaningful insofar as it is internal to the theory itself. We then briey explores dierent solutions to remedy to this methodological failure.
|Date of creation:||2016|
|Publication status:||Published in WP BRP Series: Economics / EC, September 2016, pages 1-17|
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