Roads as Channel of Centrifugal Policy Transfer. Spatial Interactions Model Revised
AbstractThis paper proposes a methodology to measure spatial effects of roads and local authorities’ seats in a diffusion of business activity, which usually follows the distance decay patterns, from core to periphery. Regional development policy, pursued by regional authorities, directed to local units and designed to support local economies is implemented as a centrifugal diffusion process. This invisible flow of policy will be modeled with one-way spatial interaction model represented by multinomial distance-decay function on the integrated spatial dataset.
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