1992 - Fellows of the Econometric Society
Elected Fellow of the European Economic Association
His scientific interests lie mostly in Microeconomics, Economies of agglomeration, Economic geography, Competition and Product differentiation. His studies deal with areas such as Quality and Product as well as Microeconomics. His Economies of agglomeration research incorporates themes from Wage, Labour economics, Outcome, Statistical dispersion and Economic system.
His research investigates the connection between Economic geography and topics such as Returns to scale that intersect with issues in Location theory, Monopolistic competition and Urban agglomeration. He combines subjects such as Market share, Mathematical economics, Externality, Consumption and Industrial organization with his study of Competition. His Product differentiation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Collusion and Operations management.
Jacques-François Thisse mainly investigates Microeconomics, Competition, Economies of agglomeration, Economic geography and Industrial organization. His is involved in several facets of Microeconomics study, as is seen by his studies on Monopolistic competition, Oligopoly, Product differentiation, Outcome and Duopoly. His studies examine the connections between Competition and genetics, as well as such issues in Labour economics, with regards to Production.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Wage, Welfare, Productivity, Economic integration and Inequality. His Economic geography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Returns to scale and Urban economics. He is interested in Market structure, which is a field of Industrial organization.
Jacques-François Thisse focuses on Monopolistic competition, Microeconomics, Competition, Economic geography and Industrial organization. Jacques-François Thisse has researched Monopolistic competition in several fields, including Quality, Outcome, Constant elasticity of substitution and Product differentiation. In general Microeconomics study, his work on General equilibrium theory, Oligopoly and Bertrand competition often relates to the realm of Symmetric equilibrium, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
His Competition research incorporates themes from Suburbanization, Laissez-faire, Tax competition, Big government and Elasticity of substitution. The various areas that Jacques-François Thisse examines in his Economic geography study include Economies of agglomeration, Primate city and Hierarchy. Jacques-François Thisse has included themes like Warrant, Vertical differentiation, Horizontal differentiation and Identification in his Industrial organization study.
Jacques-François Thisse mostly deals with Monopolistic competition, Microeconomics, Competition, Economic geography and Economic system. His Monopolistic competition research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Consumption, Advertising, Constant elasticity of substitution and Competitor analysis. The study of Microeconomics is intertwined with the study of Industrial organization in a number of ways.
His Competition study combines topics in areas such as Commerce, General equilibrium theory, Outcome, Elasticity of substitution and Shopping mall. The Economic geography study combines topics in areas such as Economies of agglomeration, Urban hierarchy and Hierarchy. His Economies of agglomeration research includes elements of Technological change, Robustness, Labour economics and Organizational innovation.
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Economics of Agglomeration
Masahisa Fujita;Masahisa Fujita;Jacques-François Thisse;Jacques-François Thisse.
Research Papers in Economics (1996)
Discrete choice theory of product differentiation
Simon P Anderson;Jacques-François Thisse;André De Palma.
Published in <b>1992</b> in Cambridge Mass) by MIT press (1992)
Economics of Agglomeration: Cities, Industrial Location, and Globalization
Masahisa Fujita;Jacques-François Thisse.
On hotelling's "Stability in competition"
Claude d'Aspremont-Lynden;Jean Jaskold Gabszewicz;Jacques-François Thisse.
Economics of Agglomeration: Cities, Industrial Location, and Regional Growth
Masahisa Fujita;Jacques-Francois Thisse.
Price competition, quality and income disparities
Jean Jaskold Gabszewicz;Jacques-François Thisse.
Journal of Economic Theory (1979)
Agglomeration and Trade Revisited
Gianmarco Ottaviano;Takatoshi Tabuchi;Jacques-François Thisse.
International Economic Review (2002)
Economic Geography: The Integration of Regions and Nations
Pierre-Philippe Combes;Thierry Mayer;Thierry Mayer;Thierry Mayer;Jacques François Thisse.
Why is central Paris rich and downtown Detroit poor?: An amenity-based theory
Jan K. Brueckner;Jacques François Thisse;Jacques François Thisse;Yves Zenou;Yves Zenou.
European Economic Review (1999)
Discrete Choice Theory of Product Differentiation
Simon P. Anderson;André De Palma;Jacques François Thisse.
Journal of the Operational Research Society (1995)
Regional Science and Urban Economics
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