Bernard Fingleton (),
Pedro Amaral (),
Luisa Corrado (),
Julie Le Gallo (),
Philip McCann (),
Vassilis Monastiriotis (),
Gwilym Pryce and
Authors registered in the RePEc Author Service: Jihai Yu () and
Jun Yu ()
Spatial Economic Analysis, 2015, vol. 10, issue 1, 1-10
This issue marks the start of our 10th year of publication. On this anniversary, as co-editors, we would like to thank everybody involved with the Journal, both currently and in the past, who have contributed to its success. In this editorial, we summarise and comment on papers published in issue 10.1. The first paper is entitled 'Fixed Effects and Random Effects Estimation of Higher-order Spatial Autoregressive Models with Spatial Autoregressive and Heteroskedastic Disturbances', by Harald Badinger and Peter Egger. Secondly, we have the paper by Liliana Garrido-da-Silva, Sofia B. S. D. Castro and Paulo B. Vasconcelos entitled 'Discrete Dynamics for the Core-periphery Model'. The third paper 'An Investigation of the Relation between Cooperation Intensity and the Innovative Success of German Regions' is by Tom Broekel, Thomas Brenner and Matthias Buerger. Fourthly, we have the paper entitled 'Intra-regional Wage Inequality in Portugal' by João Pereira and Aurora Galego. The final paper is by Jesús Peir�-Palomino and Emili Tortosa-Ausina entitled 'Social Capital, Investment and Economic Growth: Some Evidence for Spanish Provinces'.
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