Impact of uncertainty on location
Until now, the effects of uncertainty on location patterns have remained largely unexplored. Theories about the way in which firms make decisions to locate have long been restricted by the assumption that those firms know all the relevant facts when the decisions are made. This book is an attempt to generalise location theory to take account of the fact that firms are uncertain when they make their decisions. Among the topics discussed are the location of duopolists, the patterns of towns, the...[Show more]
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