Econometric Advances in Spatial Modelling and Methodology: Essays in Honour of Jean Paelinck
Daniel A. Griffith, C. Amrhein, Jean-Marie Huriót
Springer Science & Business Media, Mar 31, 1998 - Business & Economics - 196 pages
The purpose of models is not to fit the data but to sharpen the questions. S. Karlin, 11th R. A. Fisher Memorial Lecture, Royal Society, 20 April 1983 We are proud to offer this volume in honour of the remarkable career of the Father of Spatial Econometrics, Professor Jean Paelinck, presently of the Tinbergen Institute, Rotterdam. Not one to model solely for the sake of modelling, the above quotation nicely captures Professor Paelinck's unceasing quest for the best question for which an answer is needed. His FLEUR model has sharpened many spatial economics and spatial econometrics questions! Jean Paelinck, arguably, is the founder of modem spatial econometrics, penning the seminal introductory monograph on this topic, Spatial Econometrics, with Klaassen in 1979. In the General Address to the Dutch Statistical Association, on May 2, 1974, in Tilburg, "he coined the term [spatial econometrics] to designate a growing body of the regional science literature that dealt primarily with estimation and testing problems encountered in the implementation of multiregional econometric models" (Anselin, 1988, p. 7); he already had introduced this idea in his introductory report to the 1966 Annual Meeting of the Association de Science Regionale de Langue Fran~aise.
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INTRODUCTION FOCUS ON JEAN PAELINCK
RECENT RESULTS IN TINBERGENBOS SYSTEMS ON
AN ECONOMIC DEFINITION OF THE CITY
ON THE HECKSCHEROHLIN ANALYSIS AND THE GAINS FROM TRADE WITH PROFITMAXIMIZING AND LABOUR
THE BOXCOX TRANSFORMATION COMPUTATIONAL AND INTERPRETATION FEATURES OF THE PARAMETERS
IMPROVING THE STEINRULE ESTIMATOR OF EACH INDIVIDUAL REGRESSION COEFFICIENT USING THE STEIN VARIENCE ESTIMA...
A SPATIAL VERSION OF THE CHISQUARE GOODNESSOFFTT TEST AND ITS APPLICATION TO TESTS FOR SPATIAL CLUSTERING
SOME EFFECTS OF SPATIAL AGGREGATION ON MULTTVARIATE REGRESSION PARAMETERS
DEVELOPMENTS IN FLOWBASED LOCATION ALLOCATION MODELS
HEURISTIC CONCENTRATION ITS CARE AND FEEDING
SPATIAL MODELLING OF DISEASE DISPERSION USING A LOCAL STATISTIC THE CASE OF AIDS
REGIONAL DISPARITY IN THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITY 1950 1990
TOWARDS A SPATIALIZED COST OF CAPITAL CONCEPT
AN EPILOGUE FOR A VALUED COLLEAGUE AND DEAR FRIEND
REEXAMINATION OF THE LIMITEDINFORMATION MAXIMUM LIKELIHOOD ESTIMATION
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