Contagion, Common Exposure, and Selection: Empirical Modeling of the Theories and Substance of Interdependence in Political Science
33 Pages Posted: 5 Jan 2009
Date Written: November 17, 2008
This paper provides overview for lay audiences of the empirical modeling of the spatial and spatiotemporal interdependence that is substantively and theoretically ubiquitous, indeed inherently central, in political science.
Keywords: Interdependence, Spatial Econometrics, Spatial and Spatiotemporal Dynamic Models
JEL Classification: A12, C10, C50, C59
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