English, Article edition: MARKET DIMENSIONALITY AND THE PROLIFERATION OF SMALL-SCALE FIRMS CÃSAR GARCÃA-DÃAZ; ARJEN VAN WITTELOOSTUIJN; GÃBOR PÃLI

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  • MARKET DIMENSIONALITY AND THE PROLIFERATION OF SMALL-SCALE FIRMS
Author
  • CÃSAR GARCÃA-DÃAZ
  • ARJEN VAN WITTELOOSTUIJN
  • GÃBOR PÃLI
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  • We build an agent-based computational model to study how the changing number of active product variants in a two-dimensional product space affects the performance of different firm types (i.e. large-scale and small-scale enterprises). We use an alternative approach to measure product space dimensionality, considering that dimensions may be a fraction of the Euclidean measure. The results confirm that high dimensionality gives advantage to small-scale firms. Additionally, we find that large-scale firms may also benefit from initial increasing dimensionality, since it allows a small degree of product differentiation and price discrimination.
  • Agent-based modeling, market dimensionality, market evolution
  • RePEc:wsi:acsxxx:v:11:y:2008:i:02:p:231-247
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