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Editorial

  • B. Fingleton
  • P. Cheshire
  • H. Garretsen
  • D. Igliori
  • J. Le Gallo
  • P. McCann
  • J. McCombie
  • V. Monastiriotis
  • B. Moore
  • M. Roberts

In this paper we summarize and comment on the papers published in issue 6.4. The papers reviewed are ‘Migrants and International Economic Linkages: A Meta-Overview’ by Peter Nijkamp, Masood Gheasi & Piet Rietveld; ‘A Lustrum of SEA: Recent Research Trends Following the Creation of the Spatial Econometrics Association (2007--2011)’ by Giuseppe Arbia; ‘Do Natural Amenities Attract High-Tech Jobs?: Evidence From a Smoothed Bayesian Spatial Model’ by Jeffrey Dorfman, Mark Partridge & Hamilton Galloway; ‘Testing for Cross-Sectional Dependence in Regional Panel Data’, by Peter Jensen & Torben Schmidt; and ‘Modelling Regional Welfare Efficiency Applying Conditional Full Frontiers’ by George Halkos & Nickolaos Tzeremes. RÉSUMÉ Dans la présente communication, nous récapitulons les communications publiées dans le numéro 6.4, et nous présentons des commentaires. Les communications examinées sont les suivantes : « Migrants et liens économiques internationaux : un aperçu général » par Peter Nijkamp, Masood Gheasi & Piet Rietveld ; «Étude sur une période de cinq ans sur l'Association d’Économétrie spatiale (SEA) : tendances des travaux de recherche récents à la suite de la création de l'Association d’Économétrie spatiale [Spatial Econometrics Association (2007--2011)]», par Giuseppe Arbia; « Les agréments naturels attirent-ils des emplois dans la technologie de pointe ?: démonstration découlant d'un modèle spatial bayésien ajusté », par Jeffrey Dorfman, Mark Partridge & Hamilton Galloway ; « Essais de dépendance transversale dans des données de panel régionaux », par Peter Jensen & Torben Schmidt ; et « Modélisation de l'efficacité sociale régionale comportant l'application de frontières intégrales conditionnelles », par George Halkos & Nickolaos Tzeremes. EXTRACTO En este trabajo resumimos y hacemos comentarios sobre los ensayos publicados en la edición 6.4. Los ensayos revisados son: ‘Migrants and International Economic Linkages: A Meta-Overview’ (Emigrantes y vínculos económicos internacionales: una meta-perspectiva general) de Peter Nijkamp, Masood Gheasi & Piet Rietveld; ‘A Lustrum of SEA: Recent Research Trends Following the Creation of the Spatial Econometrics Association (2007--2011)’ (Un lustro de SEA: tendencias investigativas recientes después de la creación de la Asociación Econométrica Espacial (2007--2011)) de Giuseppe Arbia; ‘Do Natural Amenities Attract High-Tech Jobs?: Evidence From a Smoothed Bayesian Spatial Model’ (¿Atraen las amenidades naturales empleos de alta tecnología?: Evidencia derivada de un modelo espacial bayesiano homogéneo) de Jeffrey Dorfman, Mark Partridge & Hamilton Galloway; ‘Testing for Cross-Sectional Dependence in Regional Panel Data’ (Prueba de la dependencia transversal en datos regionales de panel) de Peter Jensen & Torben Schmidt; y ‘Modelling Regional Welfare Efficiency Applying Conditional Full Frontiers’ (Modelación de la eficiencia de servicios sociales regionales aplicando fronteras condicionales completas) de George Halkos & Nickolaos Tzeremes.

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Volume (Year): 6 (2011)
Issue (Month): 4 (December)
Pages: 351-357

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