The home market effect in a Ricardian model with a continuum of goods
Chapter 7 in Multinational Firms’ Location and the New Economic Geography, 2004 from Edward Elgar Publishing
This book analyses how foreign direct investors choose their locations, whilst exploring the forces which shape international economic geography. Although these two issues are, to some extent, inter-related, researchers have only recently acknowledged the similarity of economic geography and international business approaches to the empirical assessment of likely causes of the degree of spatial concentration observed in many modern industries.
Keywords: Business and Management; Economics and Finance; Environment; Geography; Urban and Regional Studies (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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