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Spatial Econometrics (ECON734)

Course description

Spatial dependence or social interaction among the geographical units, economic agents or social actors, such as neighbourhood effects, copy-catting, and peer effects, has received increased attention by regional scientists, economists, econometricians, and statisticians. In the broad field of economics, there is a growing recognition that standard econometric techniques often fails in the presence of spatial interactions. As a result, spatial econometric models and methods have been applied ...


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Graded, 0.5 Credit Units

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