In a new paper published in Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science, SASS scholars Knaap and Rey show the importance of considering features of the built and natural envrironment–especially transportation networks, when measuring racial residential segregation.
In a (another) special session honoring SDSU’s renowned Professor of Geography Art Getis, SASS researchers will present a new paper at the 2023 annual meeting of the Western Regional Science Association.
geosnapat the upcoming North American Regional Science Conference. The team will also present two new papers on advanced spatial analysis in the social sciences
The brand new Handbook of Spatial Analysis in the Social Sciences, edited by COGS Director Serge Rey and Rachel Franklin is published in November. The handbook includes chapters from Director Rey and Associate Director Eli Knaap, as well as several COGS affiliates including Ran Wei, Levi Wolf, Dani Arribas-Bel, Wei Kang, and many more
In a special session honoring SDSU’s renowned Professor of Geography Art Getis, COGS researchers will present a new paper based on one of Getis’s most famous contributions to the field: the $G_i$ statistic.