Bernard Fingleton
Bernard Fingleton
Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge
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Spatial data analysis by example. Volume 1: Point pattern and quantitative data.
G Upton, B Fingleton
Spatial data analysis by example. Volume 1: Point pattern and quantitative data., 1985
Empirical growth models with spatial effects
B Fingleton, E López‐Bazo
Papers in regional science 85 (2), 177-198, 2006
Where is the economics in spatial econometrics?
L Corrado, B Fingleton
Journal of Regional Science 52 (2), 210-239, 2012
Estimates of time to economic convergence: an analysis of regions of the European Union
B Fingleton
International regional science review 22 (1), 5-34, 1999
Social capital in the knowledge economy: Theory and empirics
H Westlund
Springer Science & Business Media, 2006
Increasing returns and economic growth: some evidence for manufacturing from the European Union regions
B Fingleton, JSL McCombie
Oxford Economic Papers 50 (1), 89-105, 1998
Recessionary shocks and regional employment: evidence on the resilience of UK regions
B Fingleton, H Garretsen, R Martin
Journal of regional science 52 (1), 109-133, 2012
Spatial data analysis by example-Volume 2: Categorical and directional data
GJG Upton, B Fingleton
John Wiley & Sons, 1989
Equilibrium and economic growth: spatial econometric models and simulations
B Fingleton
Journal of regional Science 41 (1), 117-147, 2001
Estimating spatial models with endogenous variables, a spatial lag and spatially dependent disturbances: finite sample properties
B Fingleton, J Le Gallo
Papers in Regional Science 87 (3), 319-339, 2008
Specification and testing of Markov chain models: an application to convergence in the European Union
B Fingleton
Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics 59 (3), 385-403, 1997
Models of category counts
B Fingleton
CUP Archive, 1984
Theoretical economic geography and spatial econometrics: dynamic perspectives
B Fingleton
Journal of Economic Geography 1 (2), 201-225, 2001
Critical infrastructure: Reliability and vulnerability
AT Murray, T Grubesic
Springer Science & Business Media, 2007
Externalities, economic geography, and spatial econometrics: conceptual and modeling developments
B Fingleton
International Regional Science Review 26 (2), 197-207, 2003
Spurious Spatial Regression: Some Monte Carlo Results with a Spatial Unit Root and Spatial Cointegration
B Fingleton
Journal of regional science 39 (1), 1-19, 2002
European regional growth
B Fingleton
Springer Science & Business Media, 2013
The new economic geography versus urban economics: an evaluation using local wage rates in Great Britain
B Fingleton
Oxford Economic Papers 58 (3), 501-530, 2006
Spatial econometrics, economic geography, dynamics and equilibrium: a ‘third way’?
B Fingleton
Environment and planning A 32 (8), 1481-1498, 2000
Increasing returns: evidence from local wage rates in Great Britain
B Fingleton
Oxford Economic Papers 55 (4), 716-739, 2003
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