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A company frequently decides on location and design for new facilities in a sequential way. However, for a fixed number of new facilities (in this study we restrict ourselves to the case of two new facilities), the company might improve its profit by taking its decisions for all the facilities simultaneously. In this paper a profit maximization problem is(More)
We address the problem of finding location equilibria of a location-price game where firms first select their locations and then set delivered prices in order to maximize their profits. Assuming that firms set the equilibrium prices in the second stage, the game is reduced to a location game for which a global minimizer of the social cost is a location(More)