1982 volume 14(6) pages 823 – 837
doi:10.1068/a140823

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Harris B, Choukroun J-M, Wilson A G, 1982, "Economies of scale and the existence of supply-side equilibria in a production-constrained spatial-interaction model" Environment and Planning A 14(6) 823 – 837

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Economies of scale and the existence of supply-side equilibria in a production-constrained spatial-interaction model

B Harris, J-M Choukroun, A G Wilson

Received 1 September 1981

Abstract. In previous research it has been shown that discrete changes in spatial patterns of supply in the production-constrained spatial-interaction model arise from changes in parameters such as alpha and beta. In this case, pattern changes are explored as a function of the given population distributions. This shows the existence of new kinds of critical points.

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