Spatial Patterns in Household Demand

@inproceedings{Case2007SpatialPI,
  title={Spatial Patterns in Household Demand},
  author={Anne C. Case},
  year={2007}
}
In this paper I discuss economic processes that may give rise to spatial patterns in data, and explore the relative merits of alternative modeling approaches when data are spatially correlated. Specifically, I present an estimation scheme that allows for spatial random effects, and focus attention on cases in which such a framework may be preferred to the more general fixed effects framework that nests it. I use the models presented, together with information on the location of households in an… CONTINUE READING
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