Modelling the Mining Equipment Market Trend by Field Theory

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Pricope Sorin
Muntean Luminița Doina

Abstract

Using the Beckman’s field theory of spatial economics, the flows of main products are analyzed between demand and offer, in the mining equipment market, and the segmentation of the world market is put to evidence. The data regarding the market suppliers, customers, trade intensity and average flows from published reports are used for extracting usefull conclusions.

Keywords:
Variational calculus, mining, economical space, industry, marketing

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Sorin, P., & Doina, M. L. (2020). Modelling the Mining Equipment Market Trend by Field Theory. Journal of Economics, Management and Trade, 26(4), 1-12. https://doi.org/10.9734/jemt/2020/v26i430240
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Original Research Article

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