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The Effect of Distance Metric On the Degree of Spatial Competition Between Firms

Bibliographic reference Rushton, G. ; Thill, JC.. The Effect of Distance Metric On the Degree of Spatial Competition Between Firms. In: Environment and Planning A : international journal of urban and regional research, Vol. 21, no. 4, p. 499-507 (1989)
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