InterJournal Complex Systems, 449
Status: Submitted
Manuscript Number: [449]
Submission Date: 1109
Revised On: 11214
On Spatial Economic Self-Organization
Author(s): Anonymous

Subject(s): CX.13, CX.44, CX.35, CX.06

Category: Brief Article


This paper addresses the issue of economic self- organization on a two-dimensional surface, here with quasi-periodic spatial dynamics. The recent literature on economic geography studies economic self-organization in space. The standard approach to the modelling of space in economics has been to assume that space can be modelled as a one-dimensional system, often locations arrayed on a circle. This paper extends the study of self-organisation to two spatial dimensions. The main result is that the discretisation of the space has a qualitative impact on the number of regions formed.

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