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The Review of Regional Studies: Vol 44, No 3: Spatial Econometric Association Special Issue

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The Review of Regional Studies

 

The Official Journal of the Southern Regional Science Association

 

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Vol 44, No 3: Spatial Econometric Association Special Issue

 

This issue is a collection of some of the papers presented at the 2013 conference of the Spatial Econometrics Assocation. Guest edited by Giuseppe Arbia, Ingmar Prucha, and Gianfranco Piras.

 

Table of Contents

Special Issue on Spatial Econometrics: An Editorial Note PDF
Giuseppe Arbia, Gianfranco Piras, Ingmar Prucha 221-222
Forecasting U.S. State-Level Carbon Dioxide Emissions PDF
J. Wesley Burnett, Xueting Zhao 223-240
Spillover Effects on Homicides across Mexican Municipalities: A Spatial Regime Model Approach PDF
Miguel Flores, Eduardo Rodriguez-Oreggia 241-262
Regional Economic Output and Public Surface Transportation Infrastructure: A Spatial Granger Approach PDF
Zhenhua Chen, Kingsley E Haynes 263-279

 

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