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Editorial

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  • B. Fingleton
  • M. Abreu
  • P. Amaral
  • L. Corrado
  • F. Fuerst
  • H. Garretsen
  • D. Igliori
  • J. Le Gallo
  • P. McCann
  • J. McCombie
  • V. Monastiriotis
  • G. Pryce
  • J. Yu

Abstract

This is the final issue of our 10th anniversary year publication, and we round off the year with another set of high quality papers, the first of which is ''An almost ideal cost of living index for food in Spain using a microeconomic approach and censored data'' written by Dusan Paredes, Elena Navamuel and , Esteban Fernandez-Vazque. Our second paper is entitled "Which has stronger impacts on regional segregation: Industrial agglomeration or ethnolinguistic clustering?" contributed by Mariko Nakagawa. The third paper ''The gravity model for international trade: Specification and estimation issues'' is by Tamás Krisztin and Manfred Fischer. Fourthly we have the paper entitled ''Overlooked Aspects of the von Thünen System'' by John Parr. The final paper, by Sandy Dall'erba and Francina Dominguez, is called ''The Impact of Climate Change on Agriculture in the South-West United States: the Ricardian Approach Revisited'.

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  • B. Fingleton & M. Abreu & P. Amaral & L. Corrado & F. Fuerst & H. Garretsen & D. Igliori & J. Le Gallo & P. McCann & J. McCombie & V. Monastiriotis & G. Pryce & J. Yu, 2015. "Editorial," Spatial Economic Analysis, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 10(4), pages 401-407, December.
  • Handle: RePEc:taf:specan:v:10:y:2015:i:4:p:401-407 DOI: 10.1080/17421772.2015.1076646
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