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The core-periphery model with three regions and more
We determine the properties of the core-periphery model with three regions and compare our results with those of the standard 2-region model. The conditions for the stability of dispersion andExpand
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State-owned enterprises as indirect instruments of entry regulation
In the context of mixed markets, Matsumura and Kanda (J Econ 84(1): 27–48, 2005) show that social welfare in free entry equilibrium is maximized when there exists a public firm in the market. EnExpand
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Symmetry-breaking as an origin of species
A central problem in evolutionary biology is the occurrence in the fossil record of new species of organisms. Darwin's view, in The Origin of Species, was that speciation is the result of gradualExpand
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Hexagonal projected symmetries.
In the study of pattern formation in symmetric physical systems, a three-dimensional structure in thin domains is often modelled as a two-dimensional one. This paper is concerned with functions inExpand
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Agglomeration patterns in a multi-regional economy without income effects
We study the long-run spatial distribution of industry using a multi-region core–periphery model with quasi-linear log utility Pflüger (Reg Sci Urban Econ 34:565–573, 2004). We show that aExpand
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Bifurcation, Symmetry and Patterns
Foreword by the Editors.- Organizing Committee.- Invited Speakers.- Invited Lectures.- Symmetry-Breaking as an Origin of Species.- Bifurcation and Planar Pattern Formation for a Liquid Crystal.-Expand
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A heteroclinic network in mode interaction with symmetry
We study a robust heteroclinic network existing in generic mode interactions of symmetric dynamical systems. Each mode lies in C 3 and is equivariant under the action of D 6 ⋉ T 2 × Z 2. With thisExpand
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Public Firms in a Dynamic Third Market Model
We set the third market model in a dynamic context to decide whether a country can achieve benefits by subsidizing a public rm's exports. We use calculus of variations with the constraint that theExpand
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The Footloose Entrepreneur Model with 3 Regions
We study a 3-region version of the Footloose Entrepreneur model by Forslid and Ottaviano (J Econ Geogr, 2003). We focus on the analysis of stability of three types of long-run equilibria:Expand
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Direct Perturbations of Aggregate Excess Demand
We complement the Sonnenschein-Mantel-Debreu results by establishing that an exchange economy, i.e., preferences and endowments, that generates a given aggregate excess demand (AED) function is closeExpand
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