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Chapter 23: Applied spatial interaction modelling in economic geography: an example of the use of models for public sector planning
23 Applied spatial interaction modelling in economic geography: an example of the use of models for public sector planning Mark Birkin, Hamzah Khawaldah, Martin Clarke and Graham Clarke 1. Introduction Spatial interaction models have a long histor...
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