Endogeneity in a spatial context: properties of estimators'

B. Fingleton, J. Le Gallo, A Páez (Editor), J Le Gallo (Editor), R Buliung (Editor), S Dall’Erba (Editor)

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Space is increasingly recognized as a legitimate factor that influences many processes and conceptual frameworks, including notions of spatial coherence and spatial heterogeneity that have been demonstrated to provide substance to both theory and explanation. The potential and relevance of spatial analysis is increasingly understood by an expanding sphere of cogent disciplines that have adopted the tools of spatial analysis. This book brings together major new developments in spatial analysis techniques, including spatial statistics, econometrics, and spatial visualization, and applications to fields such as regional studies, transportation and land use, political and economic geography, population and health. Establishing connections to existing and emerging lines of research, the book also serves as a survey of the field of spatial analysis and its links with related areas.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProgress in Spatial Analysis: Theory and Computation, and Thematic Applications, Advances in Spatial Sciences
Number of pages14
ISBN (Print)103642033245
Publication statusPublished - 19 Nov 2009


  • endogeneity
  • spatial context
  • properties
  • estimators


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