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Introduction to Applied Spatial Econometrics

Introduction to Applied Spatial Econometrics
  • Author: Roger S. Bivand
  • Publisher: Chapman & Hall/CRC
  • ISBN: 1482236389
  • Page: 400
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The book addresses the underlying question of mis-specification in models estimated with spatial data.

The book addresses the underlying question of mis-specification in models estimated with spatial data. When spatial econometrics focusses on model estimation techniques, it is most often assumed that mis-specification is restricted to spatial autocorrelation and occasionally heteroskedasticity.


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