Joint Products and Road transport Rates in transport Models

Joint Products and Road transport Rates in transport Models

The location of economic activity is often considered on the basis of point trading models which show the cost of transport of products. The author suggests that the models are defective because they do not make specific allowance for backloading; he outlines a method to remedy this.

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