Schramm, Gunter
December 1970
Annals of Regional Science;Dec70, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p1
Academic Journal
Investigates whether the introduction of compensation payments for resource transfers between independent regions with unequal endowments of resources would lead to an efficient inter-regional allocation and utilization pattern of these resources. Need for compensation payments; Effects of compensation payments on inter-regional resource allocations; Effect of benefit distribution on compensation payment.


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