Declining Exhaustible Resource Rent with Small, Distinct Extractive Firms
We consider a competitive extraction industry comprising many small firms, each with a slightly different quality of mineral holdings. With "rapidly" declining quality of holding per firm we observe rent declining over and interval. We do not work with the planning solution, commonly invoked in the study of firms with distinct qualities of stock.
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- John Livernois & Patrick Martin, 2001. "Price, scarcity rent, and a modified r per cent rule for non-renewable resources," Canadian Journal of Economics, Canadian Economics Association, vol. 34(3), pages 827-845, August.
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