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  • Anselin, L., R.J.G.M. Florax and S.J. Rey (Editors). 2004. Advances in Spatial Econometrics. Methodology, Tools and Applications. Springer Verlag, Berlin.

Articles and Book Chapters

  • Rey, S.J. and L. Anselin. 2007. `PySAL a Python library for spatial analytical methods.'' The Review of Regional Studies. Forthcoming.

  • Duque, J.C. and S.J. Rey. 2007.``Network based approaches towards industrial clustering.'' In G. Maier and U. Blien (eds.) The economics of regional clusters: Networks technology and policy. Edward Elgar. In press.

  • Tague, C., M. Farrell, G. Grant and S.J. Rey. 2007. Hydrogeologic controls on summer stream temperatures in the McKenzie River Basin, Oregon. Hydrological Processes. Forthcoming.

  • Franklin, J. and S. J. Rey. 2007. Spatial patterns of tropical forest trees in Western Polynesia suggest recruitment limitations during secondary succession, Western Polynesia, Journal of Tropical Ecology. 23: 1-12.

  • Bode, E. and S.J. Rey. 2006. The spatial dimensions of economic growth and convergence. Papers in Regional Science. 85: 171-176.

  • Rey, S.J. and B. Dev 2006. Sigma convergence in the presence of spatial effects. Papers in Regional Science. 85: 217-234.

  • Rey, S.J. and L. Anselin. 2006. Recent advances in software for spatial analysis in the social sciences. Geographical Analysis. 38: 1-4.

  • Rey, S.J. and M.V. Janikas. 2006. STARS: Space-Time Analysis of Regional Systems. Geographical Analysis. 38: 67-86.

  • Rey, S.J. 2006. STARS: Space-Time Analysis of Regional Systems. University of Redlands/Environmental Systems Research Incorporated Colloquium CD Series. ESRI. Redlands. Forthcoming.

  • Florax, R.J.G.M, H. Folmer and S.J. Rey. 2006. A Comment on Specification Searches in Spatial Econometrics: The Relevance of Hendry's Methodology Regional Science and Urban Economics. 36: 300-308.

  • Janikas, M.V. and S.J. Rey. 2005. Spatial clustering, inequality and income convergence. Region et Developpement. 25: 41-64.

  • Franklin, J., C. Coulter and S.J. Rey. 2005. Change in southern California chaparral community over 70 years related to fire history. Journal of Vegetation Science. Forthcoming.

  • Rey, S.J. and M.V. Janikas. 2005. Regional convergence, inequality and space. Journal of Economic Geography. 5: 155-176.

  • Rey, S.J., G. West and M.V. Janikas. 2004. Uncertainty in integrated regional models. Economic Systems Research. 16: 259-277.

  • Rey, S.J. 2004. Walter Isard's impact on analytical human geographic research. Journal of Geographical Systems. 6: 3-6.

  • Rey, S.J. and M.G. Boarnet. 2004.A taxonomy of spatial econometric models for simultaneous equations systems. In L. Anselin, R.J.G.M. Florax and S.J. Rey (eds.) Advances in Spatial Econometrics. Methodology, Tools and Applications. Springer Verlag, Berlin. Pages 99-119.

  • Anselin, L., R.J.G.M. Florax and S.J. Rey. 2004. Econometrics for spatial models: Recent advances. In L. Anselin, R.J.G.M. Florax and S.J. Rey (eds.) Advances in Spatial Econometrics. Methodology, Tools and Applications. Springer Verlag, Berlin. Pages 1-25.

  • Rey, S.J. 2004. Spatial analysis of regional economic growth, inequality and change. In M.F. Goodchild and D.G. Jannelle (eds.) Spatially Integrated Social Science. Oxford University Press: Oxford. Pages 280-299.

  • Rey, S.J. 2004. Spatial dependence in the evolution of regional income distributions. In A. Getis, J. M\'ur and H. Zoeller (eds.) Spatial Econometrics and Spatial Statistics. Palgrave, Hampshire. Pages 194-213.

  • Rey, S.J. and B. D. Montouri. 2004. U.S. regional income convergence: A spatial econometric perspective. In P. Cheshire and G. Duranton (eds.) Recent Developments In Urban And Regional Economics. Edward Elgar. Pages 389-404. (Reprint of Rey and Montouri 1999).

  • Florax, R.J.G.M, H. Folmer and S.J. Rey. 2003. Specification searches in spatial econometrics: The relevance of Hendry's econometric methodology. Regional Science and Urban Economics. 33: 557-579.

  • Jerret, M.J., S.J. Rey, C. Dufournaud and D. Jones. 2003. Measuring the environmental bottom line along the U.S.-Mexico border: Accounting framework and cases from the San Diego-Tijuana Region Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 93: 67-88.

  • Rey, S.J., M. Janikas, D. Larson and J.C. Snapp-Cook. 2002. Subject and author indexes to 2001 regional science and related journal literature. The International Regional Science Review. 25: 331-440.

  • Anselin, L. and S.J. Rey (Editors) 2002. New Tools for for Spatial Data Analysis: Proceedings of a Workshop. Center for Spatially Integrated Social Sciences. Santa Barbara.

  • LeSage, J.P. and S.J. Rey. 2002. Restrictions in Integrated Econometric+Input-Output Modeling. Trade, Networks and Hierarchies: Modeling Regional and Interregional Economies. In Geoffrey J.D. Hewings, Michael Sonis and David E. Boyce (eds.) Springer-Verlag. Pages 251-266.

  • Jerrett, M., S.J. Rey, C. Dufournaud, and D. Jones. 2002. Environmental accounting along the U.S.-Mexican border. In P. Ganster (ed.) The U.S.-Mexican Border Environment: Economy and Environment for a Sustainable Border Region: Now and in 2020. San Diego State University Press. San Diego. 103-141.

  • Clement, N., S.J. Rey, N.A. Fuentes and A. Brugu\'es. 2002. The U.S.-Mexican border economy in the NAFTA era: Implications for the environment. In P. Ganster (ed.) The U.S.-Mexican Border Environment: Economy and Environment for a Sustainable Border Region: Now and in 2020. San Diego State University Press. San Diego. 55-70.

  • Rey, S.J., D. Larson, M. Janikas and Y.S. Kim. 2001. Subject and author indexes to 2000 regional science and related journal literature. The International Regional Science Review. 24: 345-410.

  • Rey, S.J. 2001. Mathematical Models in Human Geography. In N.J. Smelser and P.B. Baltes (eds.) International Encyclopedia of the Social \& Behavioral Sciences. 14: 9393-9399. Pergamon, Oxford.

  • Rey, S.J. 2001. Spatial empirics for regional economic growth and convergence. Geographical Analysis. 33 (3): 195-214.

  • Isserman, A.M., K. Mera, S.J. Rey, and M.C. Waters. 2001. A portrait in four encounters: William Alonso. International Regional Science Review. 24: 293-301.

  • Rey, S.J. 2000. Integrated regional econometric+input-output modeling: Issues and opportunities. Papers in Regional Science 79: 271-292.

  • Rey, S.J. and L. Anselin. 2000. Regional science publication patterns in the 1990's. International Regional Science Review 23: 323-344

  • Anselin, L., S.J. Rey and E. Talen. 2000. The expanded and revised IRSR subject and author index. International Regional Science Review 23: 345-443.

  • Rey, S.J. and R.W. Jackson. 1999. Labor productivity and regional econometric+input-output models. Environment and Planning A 31: 1583-1599.

  • Rey, S.J. and B.D. Montouri. 1999. U.S. regional income convergence: A spatial econometric perspective. Regional Studies 33: 145-156.

  • Rey, S.J., P. Ganster, G. del Castillo, J. Alvarez, K. Shellhammer, A. Sweedler and N. Clement. 1998. The San Diego-Tijuana Region. In J. Wilke and C.E. Smith (eds.) Integrating Cities and Regions: NAFTA and the Caribbean Face Globalization. UCLA Program on Mexico, Los Angeles.

  • Rey, S.J. 1998. The performance of strategies for integrating regional econometric and input-output models. The International Regional Science Review 20: 1-36.

  • Rey, S.J. 1997. Integrating regional econometric and input-output models: An evaluation of embedding strategies. Environment and Planning A 29: 1057-1072.

  • Rey, S.J. 1997. Coefficient change in integrated econometric+input-output models at the regional scale. Economic Systems Research 9: 307-339.

  • Rey, S.J. and B. Dev. 1997. Integrating regional econometric and input-output models in a multiregional context. Growth and Change 28: 222-243.

  • Anselin, L. and S.J. Rey. 1997. Introduction to the special issue on spatial econometrics. International Regional Science Review 20: 1-7.

  • Florax, R.J.G.M. and S. Rey. 1995. The impact of misspecified spatial interaction structure in regression models. In In L. Anselin and R.J.G.M. Florax (eds.) New Directions in Spatial Analysis. Springer Verlag, Berlin.

  • Anselin, L. and S. Rey. 1991. Properties of tests for spatial dependence in linear regression models. Geographical Analysis 23: 112-131.

  • Anselin, L., S.J. Rey and U. Deichmann. 1990. The implementation of integrated models in small regions. In L. Anselin and M. Madden eds. New Directions in Regional Analysis: Integrated and Multiregional Approaches. Belhaven, London.

  • Anselin, L. and S. Rey. 1989. Issues in the specification of an integrated multiregional model for a system of small regions. Sistemi Urbani 2: 177-201.

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