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Five Principles of Spatial Econometrics Illustrated

  • J. -P. Ancot
  • J. H. Kuiper
  • J. H. P. Paelinck

Abstract

Since the term ‘spatial econometrics’ was coined (J.H.P. Paelinck [19]), the discipline has progressively gathered momentum. In the few pages to follow we would like to report on some recent work, linking it up with five principles which we have always thought to be useful guidelines for the applied spatial econometrician; they are recalled in the next section as an introduction to the rest of this study.

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Spatial Econometric Nearby Village French Data Mass Tourism Autonomous Rate 
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© Manas Chatterji and Robert E. Kuenne 1990

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  • J. -P. Ancot
  • J. H. Kuiper
  • J. H. P. Paelinck

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