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In this paper, we demonstrate that the conventional ordinary least squares and fixed effects estimators of classical gravity models of migration are biased, and that the interpretation of coefficients in the fixed effects gravity model is typically incorrect. We then present a best linear...
Urban expansion in advanced countries is the result of inherent transformations in settlement forms and socioeconomic functions leading to new metropolitan configurations. Assessing latent shifts from mono-centric structures to more fragmented, low-density and spatially-decentralized models was...
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