Sequential Competitive Location on Networks Dominik Kreß EH S PEtEr Lang · academic research V / 3427 Dominik Kreß studied Business Administration and Engineering at the University of Darmstadt, where he graduated in 2009 and worked as a research assistant at the Chair of Operations Research until 2010. He currently is a research assistant at the Department of Management Information Science at the University of Siegen, where he received his doctoral degree in 2013. T his book deals with classical competitive location problems where two players, leader and follower, sequentially enter markets with given num-bers of facilities. The markets under consideration are represented as networks. The book provides a detailed overview of the literature on competi- tive and voting location. Furthermore, it presents extensions and variations of the classical models, with a focus on the incorporation of proportional choice rules, non-discrete demand (edge demand), or additional pricing decisions of the players. It provides corresponding mathematical models, insights into the computational complexity of the resulting problems and proposes and analyzes adequate solution methods. www.peterlang.comISBN 978-3-631-62767-9 D o m in ik K re ß · Se q u en ti al C o m p et it iv e Lo ca ti o n o n N et w o rk s European University Studies Economics and Management A C A D EM I C R E S E A R C HPLPL Series V Economics and Management Reihe V Volks- und Betriebswirtschaft Série V Sciences économiques, gestion d’entreprise Volume/Band 3427 European University Studies...
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