by James P. LeSage
Publisher: University of Toledo 1998
Number of pages: 284
This text provides an introduction to spatial econometrics as well as a set of MATLAB functions that implement a host of spatial econometric estimation methods. The intended audience is faculty and students involved in modeling spatial data sets using spatial econometric methods.
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