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Abstract

Empirical methods of dynamic spatial price analysis are reviewed. Emphasis is given to interpreting these methods in the context of economic models of price determination, including both point-location and agents-on-links models. This focus calls into question or sheds new light on a number of standard practices, including the market integration criteria of Ravallion and Timmer, the use of impulse analysis and Granger-causality.

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