Innovation, Agglomeration and Complexity in Urban Systems

  • Dino Martellato


Many of the contributions to this volume embrace the idea that the sciences of the city belong to the sciences of complexity, and that the city is inextricably tied up with the concept of complexity.


Nash Equilibrium Market Structure American Economic Review Rational Expectation Urban System 
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