General Equilibrium Economics: Space, Time and Money

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These papers examine the fundamental issues that arise in the construction of general equilibrium models when such complicating features as oligopolistic market structure, spatial movement and location, savings and investment and money are included. Theoretical considerations are dominant in the work, but empirical applications of regional and national input-output models are also presented. Models of optimal sequential network design and of optimal single and multi-source Weber point determination, and of Poisson spatial ...

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