This paper reexamines the theory of spatial price policies under more general conditions
to compare mill pricing, uniform delivered pricing, and discriminatory local pricing
and to interpret their implications when market regions are given. The analysis assumes
that demand functions are linear and identical in all locations, that marginal production
cost is constant, and that transportation cost is proportional to distance. The results
go beyond previous findings, but do not seriously contradict them. [Авторский текст]
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