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Heterogeneous Consumers and Trade Patterns in the Monopolistically Competitive Setting

Student: Dmitrii Frolov

Supervisor: Alexander Osharin

Faculty: Faculty of Economics

Educational Programme: Economics (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2018

Objectives of the research: - Review of theoretical and empirical studies devoted to the study of the influence of heterogeneous consumers on the activities of companies in terms of monopolistic competition. - Selection of a model that allows the best way to assess the impact of heterogeneous consumers on the activities of companies in terms of monopolistic competition. - Collection and initial processing of actual statistical data. - Calculation of the necessary indicators, building a model based on them, checking the statistical properties.

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