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International Women’s Day 2021

Virtual special issue of Spatial Economic Analysis

This virtual special issue marks International Women’s Day 2021 by drawing together fifteen papers published in Spatial Economic Analysis over the past decade by female authors and co-authors.

It highlights the wide range of novel research by female authors and all-female research teams, and the growth of female-authored studies over time, as well as the geographical and career-stage diversity of female authors within the field.

The papers include several agenda-setting overviews of the spatial analysis literature, studies introducing novel applications of econometric and spatial analysis techniques, and spatial modelling applied to policy-relevant research topics.

Guest Editors:
Maria Abreu, Co-Editor, Chair of Regional Science Association International - British and Irish Section, and University of Cambridge, UK
Jessie Poon, Chair of the Regional Studies Association and University of Buffalo, US
Paul Elhorst, Editor-in-Chief and University of Groningen, The Netherlands

Keywords:
international women’s day; gender; agenda-setting research; econometric modelling; spatial analysis.

Article title Author(s) Volume & Issue Year
Women in spatial economic analysis Maria Abreu, Jessie Poon & Paul Elhorst 2021
Population distribution over time: modelling local spatial dependence with a CAR process Ilenia Epifani, Chiara Ghiringhelli, Rosella Nicolini 15 (2) 2020
I come to bury (population) growth, not to praise it Rachel Franklin 15 (4) 2020
Big Data and its potential role in regional growth: evidence from Great Britain Karyn Morrissey 15 (4) 2020
Body mass index and social interactions from adolescence to adulthood Luisa Corrado, Roberta Distante & Majlinda Joxhe 14 (4) 2019
New evidence of spillovers in personal bankruptcy using point-coded data Jess Grana, Mary Hansen 14 (4) 2019
Retail city: the relationship between place attractiveness and accessibility to shops Özge Öner 12 (1) 2017
A Spatial Analysis of Mental Healthcare in Texas Felipa De Mello-Sampayo 11 (2) 2016
Efficiency of Regional Public Investment: An NPV-Based Spatial Econometric Approach Katarzina Kopczewska 11 (4) 2016
Heterogeneity in Perceptions of Noise and Air Pollution: A Spatial Quantile Approach on the City of Madrid Coro Chasco & Julie Le Gallo 10 (3) 2015
Human Capital Redistribution in the USA: The Migration of the College-bound Alessandra Faggian & Rachel Franklin 9 (4) 2014
Inequality and Growth in European Regions: Towards a Place-based Approach Laura De Dominicis 9 (2) 2014
Does Agglomeration Boost Innovation? An Econometric Evaluation Megha Mukim 7 (3) 2012
The Influence of Geography on the Spatial Agglomeration of Production in the European Union Coro Chasco, Ana Lopez, & Rachel Guillain 7 (2) 2012
Spatial Econometrics of Innovation: Recent Contributions and Research Perspectives Corinne Autant-Bernard 7 (4) 2012
A Dynamic Origin-constrained Spatial Interaction Model Applied to Poland's Inter-provincial Migration Anna Lina Sarra & Mariarosaria Del Signore 5 (1) 2010

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