Модель Линейного Города С Экзогенной Конкуренцией По Штакельбергу
[Line City Model with Exogenous Stackelberg Competition]
The paper considers the line city model of spatial competition with the exogenous Stackelberg competition. With low transport costs, firms' equilibrium locations are in the center of the market. The leader profit is twice as big as the follower's profit, the price is minimum and the quantity is maximum in the center of the market. With high transport costs, firms are differentiated and the market splits into two submarkets. Both the leader and the follower sell the largest share of their goods near their location. The price is minimum in the leader's location. Then transport costs are rising, while the price is increasing and the quantity of goods is decreasing.
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- Meza, Sergio & Tombak, Mihkel, 2009. "Endogenous location leadership," International Journal of Industrial Organization, Elsevier, vol. 27(6), pages 687-707, November.
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