Further Applications and Extensions

  • Günter Haag
Part of the Studies in Operational Regional Science book series (SORS, volume 6)

Abstract

In the previous chapters we studied different cases of individual choice behaviour. We have seen how decisions of individual agents may result in a tremendous growth of settlements (Chapter 3), how intra- urban and inter- urban migration processes may lead to migratory phase transitions and even chaotic trajectories (Chapters 4, 5 and 6) and how the supply side and demand side interact in a simple service sector model (Chapter 7). In so far, we tried to incorporate — starting from the most simple migratory process — more and more economic and social effects, in order to capture with our dynamic theory of decision processes realistic situations in certain sectors of society.

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Capital Stock Percentage Share Economic Cycle Research Investment Investment Ratio 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Günter Haag
    • 1
  1. 1.Deutsche Physikalische GesellschaftGermany

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