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A Lustrum of SEA: Recent Research Trends Following the Creation of the Spatial Econometrics Association (2007--2011)

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The Spatial Econometrics Association appeared on the scene only five years ago during a time of unprecedented expansion of research activities in the field. This paper tries to summarize the developments that occurred in this first lustrum of life of the Association. The review considers more than 230 papers that appeared in the last five years in various scientific journals. The emerging picture is that of a field that is still experiencing its phase of rapid growth with a large number of theoretical developments together with a progressive enlargement of the fields of application outside the traditional ones. RÉSUMÉ L'association Spatial Econometrics Association a fait son apparition il y a tout juste 5 ans, dans une époque marquée par une expansion sans pareille des travaux de recherche sur ce sujet. Cette communication s'efforce de résumer les développements sur venus dans cette première période d'existence de l'association. L'examen porte sur 237 communications parues au cours des 5 dernières années dans différentes publications scientifiques. Le tableau qui en ressort est celui d'un domaine qui traverse encore une phase d'expansion rapide, marquée par un grand nombre de développements thèoriques ainsi qu'un élargissement progressif des champs d'application au-delà des domaines traditionnels. R esumen La Asociación de Econometriía Espacial apareció en escena tan sólo 5 años atrás durante un período de expansión sin precedentes de las actividades de investigación en este campo. Este estudio intenta resumir los logros de la Asociación en su primer lustro de vida. Esta reseña considera 237 estudios que han sido publicados en los últimos 5 años en diversas revistas científicas. La imagen que surge es de un campo que está aún experimentando su fase de rápido crecimiento con un alto número de logros teóricos junto con un crecimiento progresivo de los campos de aplicación fuera de los tradicionales.

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  • Giuseppe Arbia, 2011. "A Lustrum of SEA: Recent Research Trends Following the Creation of the Spatial Econometrics Association (2007--2011)," Spatial Economic Analysis, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 6(4), pages 377-395, July.
  • Handle: RePEc:taf:specan:v:6:y:2011:i:4:p:377-395 DOI: 10.1080/17421772.2011.610901
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