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Wednesday, June 29 • 1:36pm - 1:54pm
Revisiting the Boston data set (Harrison and Rubinfeld, 1978)

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In the extended topical sphere of Regional Science, more scholars are addressing empirical questions using spatial and spatio-temporal data. An emerging challenge is to alert “new arrivals” to existing bodies of knowledge that can inform the ways in which they structure their work. It is a particular matter of opportunity and concern that most of the data used is secondary. This contribution is a brief review of questions of system articulation and support, illuminated retrospectively by a deconstruction of the Harrison and Rubinfeld (1978) Boston data set and hedonic house value analysis used to elicit willingness to pay for clean air.

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avatar for Edzer Pebesma

Edzer Pebesma

professor, University of Muenster
My research interested is spatial, temporal, and spatiotemporal data in R. I am one of the authors, and maintainer, of sp. You'll find my tutorial material at https://edzer.github.io/UseR2016/ - note that I may update it until shortly before the tutorial.

Speakers
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Roger Bivand

Professor, Norwegian School of Economics


Wednesday June 29, 2016 1:36pm - 1:54pm
SIEPR 120 366 Galvez St, Stanford, CA 94305

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