Borrowing From The Demographer's Toolbox: Longitudinal Methods in Regional Science

This paper provides a review of the regional science research employing longitudinal models. Three groups of studies are distinguished. The first group includes studies modelling variations in distance rather than duration. The second group includes studies that focus on spatial behavior in an event history setting. The last group is still in its infancy and casts regional change in a longitudinal perspective. We recommend that methodological advances should focus on designing space-time models that synthesize longitudinal with spatial econometric techniques.


Issue Date:
Nov 14 2017
Publication Type:
Working or Discussion Paper
Language:
English
JEL Codes:
C41; J61; R14
Series Statement:
17-6




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