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Survey sectors in the Indre-et-Loire department, by cluster of predicted probabilities. The size of the points representing large-surface stores is proportional to their retail spaces (Figure 12 from Markley)

Volume 1, Number 1, October 2007
 Editorial pdf
1Bright Lights, Big Dreams - A Case study of Factors Relating to the Success of Broadway ShowsLan Ma Nygren and Jeffrey S. Simonoffpdf
15Analysis of Teller Service Times in Retail BanksTravis Cogdill and Michael Monticinopdf
26Spatially-oriented discrete choice predictions: a case-study of French supermarket preferencesSébastien Markleypdf
47Forecasting Police Calls during Peak Times for the City of ClevelandJohn P. Holcomb Jr. and Norean Radke Sharpepdf
54Energy Savings Prediction: A Case StudyJohn Lawsonpdf
61A Bayesian Control Chart for a Passivation ProcessBalgobin Nandram, Brenda Ramirez and Jai Won Choipdf
71Do Project Labor Agreements Raise Construction Costs?Paul Bachman and Jonathan Haughtonpdf
80Spatial dynamics of public pharmaceutical expendituresJorgen Lauridsen, Mickael Bech, Fernando Lopez and Mariluz Mate Sanchezpdf


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Dominique Haughton, editor-in-chief, Bentley University

Christine Thomas-Agnan, co-editor, Université Toulouse I

Kai W. Ng, co-editor, University of Hong Kong