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タイトル: Economies of Transport Density and Industrial Agglomeration
著者: Mori, Tomoya
Nishikimi, Koji
森, 知也
錦見, 浩司
キーワード: Economies of transport density
Formation of a transport hub
Agglomeration economies
Industrial localization
Economic geography
Issue Date: Mar-2002
出版者: Elsevier
引用: Regional Science and Urban Economics 32.2 (2002.3): 167-200
抄録: This paper develops a model of a spatial economy in which interregional trade patterns and the structure of the transport network are determined endogenously as a result of the interaction between industrial location behavior and increasing returns in transportation, in particular, economies of transport density. The traditional models assume either the structure of the transport network or industrial location patterns, and hence, they are unable to explain the interdependence of the two. It is shown that economies of transport density can be the primary source of industrial localization.
記述: 著者最終原稿
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2344/483
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