Spatial externalities, spatial multipliers, and spatial econometrics

  • Anselin L
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This article outlines a taxonomy of spatial econometric model specifications that incorporate spatial externalities in various ways. The point of departure is a reduced form in which local or global spillovers are expressed as spatial multipliers. From this, a range of familiar and less familiar specifications is derived for the structural form of a spatial regression.

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  • Model specification
  • Spatial econometrics
  • Spatial externalities
  • Spatial multiplier
  • Spillovers

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  • Luc Anselin

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