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counterfactual analysis, endogenous markups, firm heterogeneity, general equilibrium, gravity equation system, monopolistic competition
quantitative spatial economics; location choice; logit; spatial equilibrium
monopolistic competition; welfare distortions; equilibrium versus optimum; inefficient entry and selection; inter- and intra-sectoral allocations
Pro-competitive effects, competitive limit, excess entry, trade and efficiency, monopolistic competition
city-size distribution, markups, productivity, trade frictions, urban frictions
general equilibrium, income heterogeneity, monopolistic competition, pro-competitive effects, product diversity
Henry George Theorem, local public goods, monopolistic competition, optimal city size, second-best economies
monopolistic competition, welfare changes
intersectoral distortions, intrasectoral distortions, monopolistic competition, welfare distortion
cardinalization, new trade models, product diversity, subutility function, welfare gains from trade
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