Spatially Varying Development Mechanisms in the Greater Beijing Area: a Geographically Weighted Regression Investigation
This study aims to extend the understanding of regional development mechanisms in China. This study investigates spatial non-stationarity in China's regional development mechanisms by applying geographically weighted techniques on spatial datasets in the Greater Beijing Area, China. The analyses reveal two results: First, regional development mechanisms in the Greater Beijing Area show significant spatial non-stationarity; and second, development mechanisms have strong local characteristics; this study hence complements the current literature in China's regional development studies. The study demonstrates the importance of local spatial modeling techniques in regional development research.
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Yu, Danlin, "Spatially Varying Development Mechanisms in the Greater Beijing Area: a Geographically Weighted Regression Investigation" (2006). Department of Earth and Environmental Studies Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works. 546.