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タイトル: Chapter 4 The Challenges in Developing Realistic NEG Simulation Models for East Asia
著者: Kumagai, Satoru
熊谷, 聡
キーワード: Southeast Asia
Economic geography
Econometric model
Geographical Simulation Model
East Asia
Spatial economics
Modal choice
Issue Date: Mar-2010
出版者: Institute of Developing Economies, JETRO
引用: New Challenges in New Economic Geography. edited by Satoru Kumagai. Chiba: Institute of Developing Economies-JETRO, 2010. 131-156
抄録: This chapter attempts to identify some important issues in developing realistic simulation models based on new economic geography, and it suggests a direction for solving the difficulties. Specifically, adopting the IDE Geographical Simulation Model (IDE-GSM) as an example, we discuss some problems in developing a realistic simulation model for East Asia. The first and largest problem in this region is the lack of reliable economic datasets at the sub-national level, and this issue needs to be resolved in the long term. However, to deal with the existing situation in the short term, we utilize some techniques to produce more realistic and reliable simulation models. One key compromise is to use a 'topology' representation of geography, rather than a 'mesh' or 'grid' representation or simple 'straight lines' connecting each city which are used in many other models. In addition to this, a modal choice model that takes into consideration both money and time costs seems to work well.
記述: 2009年度調査研究報告書
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2344/1022
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