Pitfalls of location choice analysis : the finished goods producer versus the intermediate goods producer
In literature related to firm location choice, estimation equations are derived from the model of finished goods producers, but producer types are generally not considered. Research presented in this paper shows that the use of equations derived from such models against intermediate goods producers results in several problems.
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