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Formation Process of Marshallian External Economies: Number 3—Technological and Marketable Propagation/Diffusion of the “Technological External Economies”

  • Hirotada Kohno
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Part of the New Frontiers in Regional Science: Asian Perspectives book series (NFRSASIPER, volume 1)

Abstract

So far, in Table  1.2 of the marketable ≒ monetary ≒ pecuniary external economies: Number 1 and in Fig.  4.2 of Number 2, in which the case where has not the technological external economies induced at the stage on the way is taken up, contrarily here as the Number 3 of the marketable external economies, the case where there exists the technological–marketable external economies induced at the stage on the way comes to be the main subject; that is, which is the analysis as to ka1 → ka2, kb1 → kb2, kc1 → kc2, kd1 → kd2, and subsequent price fall (p1 → p4) β (hereinafter, see Kohno [1], pp. 8–29); for the price p4, see note (4) of Fig. 5.1).

Keywords

External Economy Average Cost Curve Standard Taxation Highway Public Market Demand Curve 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Hirotada Kohno
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  1. 1.Professor Emeritus University of TsukubaTsukubaJapan

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