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Space and competition : a puzzle

Bibliographic reference Scotchmer, Suzanne ; Thisse, Jacques-François. Space and competition : a puzzle. In: The Annals of Regional Science : international journal of urban, regional and environmental research and policy, Vol. 26, no.3, p. 269-286 (1992)
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