Dealing with spatial data pooled over time in statistical models

Original Paper

Abstract

Recent developments in spatial econometrics have been devoted to spatio-temporal data and how spatial panel data structure should be modeled. Little effort has been devoted to the way one must deal with spatial data pooled over time. This paper presents the characteristics of spatial data pooled over time and proposes a simple way to take into account unidirectional temporal effect as well as multidirectional spatial effect in the estimation process. An empirical example, using data on 25,357 single family homes sold in Lucas County, OH (USA), between 1993 and 1998 (available in the MatLab library), is used to illustrate the potential of the approach proposed.

Keywords

Spatio-temporal data Weights matrix Spatial econometrics 

JEL Classification

C21 C23 C51 C81 R15 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Univeristé du Québec À RimouskiRimouskiCanada
  2. 2.Laboratoire d’Économie et de GestionDijon CedexFrance

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