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alternative work arrangements, housing, land, office, telecommuting, working from home
international trade, monopolistic competition, capital asymmetry, variable markups
trade costs, communication costs, spatial fragmentation of firms
monopolistic competition, variable markups, trade liberalization, non-traded goods, markup divergence
Core-Periphery model, partial agglomeration, Home Market Effect, monopolistic competition
high-tech city, knowledge spillovers, intermediate firm clustering, land use, commuting, R&D
heterogeneity in conformism; product quality; firmheterogeneity; home bias
land prices, pro-competitive effects, city size, product diversity, land-use regulations
input-output linkages; optimum product diversity; monopolistic competition; pro-competitive effects
pro-competitive effects; production structure; land-use regulations; urban costs; pricing; city size.
region, transportation costs, communication costs, horizontal firm, vertical firm
Communication costs, horizontal firm, Region, Transportation Costs, vertical firm
Monopolistic competition, nonhomothetic preferences, income inequality, pricing, welfare, optimal product diversity, trade.
Complementarity, Intersectoral linkages, Sectoral Shocks, Substitutability, welfare changes
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