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Some Principles and Results in Spatial Econometrics.

Netherlands Economic Institute.

Some Principles and Results in Spatial Econometrics.

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SeriesNetherlands Economic Institute Series: Foundations of Empirical Economic Research -- 76/02
ContributionsHordijk, L., Paelinck, J.
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Open LibraryOL21783916M


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