NEW! Australian Spatial Econometrics and Statistics Workshop

Dear Collegues,

We would like you to notice an event which is connected to our international network. This time is Australia, what a wonderful country! 

Visit their link + their introductory course on Spatial Econometrics

 

Description

The Department of Econometrics and Business Statistics at Monash Business School is pleased to host the Australian Spatial Econometrics and Statistics workshop.

The aim of the workshop is to bring together academic scientists, researchers and research scholars who are interested in or are working on spatial econometric and statistical issues. The program will consist of invited and contributed papers that cover theoretical, methodological and empirical areas in Spatial Econometrics and Statistics.

This workshop will also be preceded by a three-day course on Spatial Econometrics which will be held from Tuesday 14 to Thursday 16 February 2023. It is not required that you attend the course in order to participate in this workshop. For more information on the course please visit our website.

There is no participation fee to attend this workshop. This is a face-to-face workshop being held in Melbourne, Australia, and will not be streamed online.

📆 The Schedule

  • Deadline for paper submissions: 1 December 2022
  • Decisions notified by: 5 January 2023
  • Registrations open: 6 – 31 January 2023 (link to register TBA)
  • Workshop date: February 17, 2023


📝 Call for papers

Prospective authors are kindly encouraged to contribute to and help shape the workshop through submissions of their research papers describing original and unpublished results in all areas of Spatial Econometrics and Statistics. Papers can be submitted until 1 December 2022 (via the link below)Full papers or extended abstracts will be considered by the program committee.

🧑‍🤝‍🧑 Invited guest Speakers

  1. Professor Tomohiro Ando, Melbourne Business School, University of Melbourne

  2. Professor Giuseppe Arbia, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

  3. Professor Noel Cressie, University of Wollongong

+ the Introductory course on Spatial Econometrics

The Department of Econometrics and Business Statistics at Monash Business School is pleased to host a three-day course on Spatial Econometrics.

Spatial econometrics is concerned with the formal specification, testing, and estimation of empirical models, taking into account the existence of spatial externalities. Such externalities may take the form of spatial interactions or spatial spill-overs.

Spatial models are common in regional science, real estate economics, education economics, housing markets and many others. Recent developments also include methods and models from social network econometrics.

Join us for an introductory course on Spatial Econometrics where you will:

  • Be introduced to key problems related to handling spatial data.
  • Discuss the properties of basic spatial econometric models.
  • Gain the necessary skills to estimate these models in the R Studio © environment.
  • Access a broad overview of the most recent developments and refinements of the basic models.

The participation fee to attend this course is $250 AUD. Following this course, the ‘Australian Spatial Econometrics and Statistics Workshopwill be held on Friday 17 February 2023. There is no fee to attend this workshop, and it is not a requirement of this course to participate in the workshop.

🎯 Who is this course aimed at

The Department of Econometrics and Business Statistics at Monash Business School is pleased to host a three-day course on Spatial Econometrics.

Spatial econometrics is concerned with the formal specification, testing, and estimation of empirical models, taking into account the existence of spatial externalities. Such externalities may take the form of spatial interactions or spatial spill-overs.

Spatial models are common in regional science, real estate economics, education economics, housing markets and many others. Recent developments also include methods and models from social network econometrics.

Join us for an introductory course on Spatial Econometrics where you will:

  • Be introduced to key problems related to handling spatial data.
  • Discuss the properties of basic spatial econometric models.
  • Gain the necessary skills to estimate these models in the R Studio © environment.
  • Access a broad overview of the most recent developments and refinements of the basic models.

The participation fee to attend this course is $250 AUD. Following this course, the ‘Australian Spatial Econometrics and Statistics Workshop’ will be held on Friday 17 February 2023. There is no fee to attend this workshop, and it is not a requirement of this course to participate in the workshop.

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