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Elemente der räumlichen Preistheorie


  • Klaus Schöler


For a long period the models of spatial pricing were developed and connected with the famous names of Wilhelm Launhardt und August Lösch. These approaches take the spatial dimension of pricing into account in partial analytical models. This publication discusses monopoly, monopolistic competition, and international trade. The reader will get a greater insight into the basic models and more complex structures.

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  • Klaus Schöler, 2013. "Elemente der räumlichen Preistheorie," Potsdamer Schriften zur Raumwirtschaft 04, Universität Potsdam, Wirtschafts- und Sozialwissenschaftliche Fakultät.
  • Handle: RePEc:pot:psrawi:04

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    spatial pricing; spatial discriminatory pricing; spatial monopoly; international spatial trade;

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