Application Of Count Data Procedures To Estimate Thresholds For Rural Commercial Sectors
Kalyan Chakraborty (),
Lijuan Xiao and
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Lijuan Xiao: University of Nevada, Reno
Rangesan Narayanan: University of Nevada, Reno
The Review of Regional Studies, 1996, vol. 26, issue 1, 75-88
This paper extends previous research in the estimation of minimum demand thresholds for rural commercial sectors by employing count data procedures. Advantages of count data procedures are contrasted with the traditional double-log model. Also discussed is the incorporation of results from count data procedures into a rural commercial sector development strategy.
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