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If space is homogeneous, transport is costly, and preferences are locally nonsatiated, there is no competitive equilibrium involving transportation. What does this theorem mean? If economic activities are perfectly divisible, a competitive equilibrium exists and is such that each location operates as an autarky. For example, when households are identical, regions have the same relative prices and the same production structure (backyard capitalism). This is hardly a surprising outcome because, by assumption, there is no reason for economic agents to distinguish among locations and each activity can operate at an arbitrarily small level.
2 Part II. The Structure of Metropolitan Areas In Chapters 6 and 7, we deal explicitly with the formation of different types of economic agglomerations within cities. Speciﬁcally, we survey and extend the literature developed in urban economics, industrial organization, and regional science to explain either the emergence of a central business district or the clustering of ﬁrms selling similar products. In Chapter 6, our frame of reference is the existence of communication externalities. We ﬁrst consider partial equilibrium models, the aim of which is to determine under which conditions similar agents (households or ﬁrms) want to congregate despite their competition for land.
Each ﬁrm maximizes its proﬁt subject to its production set; and 3. Each household maximizes its utility under a budget constraint deﬁned by the value of its initial endowment and shares in ﬁrms’ proﬁts. In other words, all markets clear while each agent chooses the most preferred action at the equilibrium prices. 25 26 Economics of Agglomeration In this model, a commodity is deﬁned not only by its physical characteristics but also by the place it is made available. 1 Within this framework, choosing a location is part of choosing commodities.
Algorithmic Methods in Algebra and Number Theory by Michael Pohst