Presentations

Invited Lectures

  1. 2017 Rey, S.J. “Spatial distribution dynamics and regional income inequality.” Tod Spieker Colloquium, Department of Geography, University of California, Los Angeles. November.
  2. 2017 Rey, S.J. “New Approaches for Spatial Distribution Dynamics.” University of Colorado, Boulder. March.
  3. 2017 Rey, S.J. “Spatial Distribution Dynamics with PySAL.” University of Liverpool. March.
  4. 2017 Rey, S.J. “Python Spatial Analysis Library: Lessons from Open Source in the Academy.” King’s College London. March.
  5. 2016 Rey, S.J. “New Directions for Spatial Distribution Dynamics.” University of California, Riverside. June.
  6. 2016 Rey, S.J. “University Consortium for Geographic Information Science Research Award.” Scottsdale, Arizona. May.
  7. 2015 Rey, S.J. “Empirics for Spatial Distribution Dynamics.” Keynote Address, Pacific Regional Science Organization, Vina del Mar, Chile. August.
  8. 2015 Rey, S.J. “Spatial Econometrics: Past as Prologue.” Keynote Address, Workshop on Spatial Econometrics, Pacific Regional Science Organization, Vina del Mar, Chile. August.
  9. 2015 Rey, S.J. “New approaches for spatial distribution dynamics.” Keynote Address, Applied Economic, Regional and Urban Studies Summit, Purdue University. April.
  10. 2014 Rey, S.J. “Open regional science.” Presidential Address, Western Regional Science Association, San Diego. February.
  11. 2014 Rey, S.J. “Space-time empirics.” School of Geographic Sciences and Urban Planning, Arizona State University. January.
  12. 2013 Rey, S.J. “Spatio-temporal analytics for socioeconomic processes.” School of Environmental Public Affairs, University of Nevada, Las Vegas. April.
  13. 2013 Rey, S.J. “Exploratory space-time data analysis: Distributional and computational issues.” CyberGIS Speaker Series. University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. February.
  14. 2012 Rey, S.J. “Open source spatial data analysis: Lessons for education and research from PySAL.” Keynote, Open Source Geospatial Research and Education Symposium. Yverdon-les-Bains, Switzerland. October.
  15. 2012 Rey, S.J. “Markov based methods for spatial dynamics.” Department of Geography, University of Zurich. October.
  16. 2012 Rey, S.J. “Exploring spatial dynamics of neighborhoods.” Spatial Structures for the Social Sciences. Brown University. March.
  17. 2011 Rey, S.J. “Recent advances in Software for Space-Time Data Analysis.” Future Directions in Spatial Demography, Specialist Meeting. Santa Barbara. December.
  18. 2011 Rey, S.J. “Exploratory space-time data analytics.” Plenary Speaker. GEOINT, San Antonio. October.
  19. 2010 Rey, S.J. “New approaches for exploratory space-time analysis (ESTDA).” School of Geography and Development, University of Arizona. December.
  20. 2010 Rey, S.J. “New approaches to exploratory space time data analysis.” Arthur Getis Lecture in Spatial Analysis. Department of Geography, San Diego State University. October.
  21. 2010 Rey, S.J. “Markov based measures of spatial dynamics.” Institute for Economic Geography and GIScience, Vienna University of Economics and Business. June.
  22. 2008 Rey, S.J. “Exploratory Analysis of Space-Time Data.” Regional Research Institute, West Virginia University. March.
  23. 2008 Rey, S.J. “Show Me the Code: Spatial Analysis and Open Source.” Department of Geography, San Diego State University. January.
  24. 2007 Rey, S.J. “Exploratory Analysis of Space-Time Data.” Survey Research Center, University of California, Berkeley. November.
  25. 2007 Rey, S.J. “Exploratory Analysis of Space-Time Data.” Department of Geography Colloquia, University of Southern California. March.
  26. 2004 Rey, S.J. “STARS: Space-Time Analysis of Regional Systems.” ESRI-University of Redlands Colloquia. September.
  27. 2004 Rey, S.J. “Regional science in the Borderlands: Research and public policy opportunities.” Departments of Geography and Planning, Arizona State University. March.
  28. 2004 Rey, S.J. “Exploratory space-time data analysis of socioeconomic processes.” Symposium on Spatial Information Science for Human and Social Sciences. University of Tokyo. January.
  29. 2003 Rey, S.J. “Python for exploratory space-time data analysis.” Center for Spatially Integrated Social Sciences, University of California, Santa Barbara. October.
  30. 2003 Rey, S.J. “Exploratory space-time analysis of regional income evolutions.” Quantitative Methods in Social Science Program Colloquia. University of California, Santa Barbara. October.
  31. 2003 Rey, S.J. “San Diego State University and the Regional Economy.” University of Limerick Executive MBA Workshop. August.
  32. 2003 Rey, S.J. “Identifying Industrial Clusters in the Imperial County Economy.” California Center for Border and Regional Economic Studies. May.
  33. 2003 Rey, S.J. “The use of Python for Geocomputation and Geovisualization.” SANDPYT: San Diego Python Users Group. May.
  34. 2002 Rey, S.J. “Exploratory Spatial Data Analysis of Regional Economic Change.” Regional Science Program, University of Illinois, Urbana. May.
  35. 2001 Rey, S.J. “Spatial Effects in the Analysis of Regional Income Convergence and Inequality.” School of Economics, University of Queensland. October.
  36. 2001 Rey, S.J.“New Spatial Empirics for Regional Inequality and Growth.” The Tod Spieker Colloquium. Department of Geography, University of California, Los Angeles. May.
  37. 2000 Rey, S.J. “STARS: Space-Time Analysis of Regional Systems, An Open-Source Approach to Spatial Analysis.” Center for Spatially Integrated Social Sciences, UC Santa Barbara. December.
  38. 2000 Rey, S.J. “Industry Clusters in California: Sub regional analytical issues.” Presentation to the Director’s Office, California Employment Development Department. October.
  39. 2000 Rey, S.J. “Identifying Regional Industry Clusters in California.” Advisory Committee, California Employment Development Department. April.
  40. 1999 Rey, S.J. “Space-Time Analysis of Regional Systems: STARS.” Center on Computational Science and Engineering. San Diego State University. December.
  41. 1999 Rey, S.J. “Spatial Analysis of Regional Growth Dynamics.” Department of Geography, University of California at Santa Barbara. December.
  42. 1999 Rey. S.J. “Spatial Markov Modeling of Regional Convergence.” Regional Science Program, University of Illinois, Urbana. November.
  43. 1998 Rey, S.J. “U.S. Regional Income Convergence: A Spatial Econometric Perspective.” The Tinbergin Institute. Amsterdam, Netherlands. November.
  44. 1998 Rey, S.J. “Multiregional Economic Modeling in the US” Seminar, Department of Regional Economics, Universidad Autonoma Coahuila, Coahuila, Mexico, April.
  45. 1997 “Recent Advances in Regional Economic Modeling” Seminar, Department of Economics, San Diego State University, March.
  46. 1996 Rey, S.J. and N.C. Clement. “Regional Economic Modeling in Support of Economic Development.” Annual Conference of the California State University Auxiliary Organization Association, San Diego, January.
  47. 1995 Rey, S.J. “The San Diego Economic Information and Modeling Project.” San Diego Technology Council, San Diego, CA, May.
  48. 1995 Weeks, J. and S.J. Rey. “The Results of a Survey of Small Defense Related Firms in San Diego County” The Californias in Transition Seminar, San Diego State University, May.
  49. 1995 Rey, S.J. “Recent Advances in Regional Socioeconomic Modeling.” San Diego Association of Governments, San Diego, CA, April.
  50. 1994 Rey, S.J. “Integrated Multiregional Modeling for Systems of Small Regions.” The Californias in Transition Seminar, San Diego State University, May.
  51. 1991 Rey, S.J. “The Spatial Dimensions of Growth Control Analyses.” Colloquium, Department of Geography San Diego State University, December.

Conference Participation and Presentations

  1. 2018 Rey, S.J., E. Knaap, L.J. Wolf, S. Han, and W. Kang. “Spatio-temporal analysis of socieconomic neighborhoods.” Scientific Computing With Python. Austin, Texas. July.
  2. 2018 Franklin Rey, S., J. Franklin, S. Rey. “Plastic pollution on island beaches - a teachable moment.” 7th International Conference on Environmental Future. Honolulu, HA. April.
  3. 2018 Kang, W. and S.J. Rey. “Smoothed estimators for Markov chains with sparse spatial observations.” Association of American Geographers. New Orleans, LA, April.
  4. 2018 Kang, W. and S.J. Rey. “Assessing performance of global and local indicators of mobility association under spatial autocorrelation.” Western Regional Science Association. Pasadena, CA, February.
  5. 2017 Prasad, S.K., D. Agharjarian, M. McDermott, D. Shah, M. Mokbel, S. Puri, S.J. Rey, S. Shekar, Y. Xe, R.R. Vatsavai, F.Wang, Y. Liang, H. Vo, S. Wang. “Parallel processing over spatial-temporal datasets from geo, bio, climate and social science communities: A research roadmap”. IEEE BigData Congress. Honolulu, HA, June.
  6. 2017 Kang, W. and S.J. Rey. “Regional income mobility and spatial dependence.” Western Regional Science Association. Santa Fe, NM. February.
  7. 2016 Rey, S.J., W. Kang and L.J. Wolf. “Regional inequality dynamics, stochastic dominance, and spatial dependence.” Regional Science Association. Minneapolis, Minnesota. November.
  8. 2016 Janikas, M.V. and S.J. Rey. “Integrating the Python Spatial Analysis Library (PySAL) and ArcGIS: Advanced Spatial Analytics Made Easy.” GeoPython. Basil, Switzerland. June.
  9. 2016 Rey, S.J. “Spatial distribution dynamics in PySAL.” Association of American Geographers. San Francisco, CA. April.
  10. 2016 Kang, W. and S.J. Rey “Spatial Effects in Regional Economic Dynamics: Confronting Discrete Markov Chain Model with Neoclassical Growth Theory via Simulations.” Association of American Geographers. San Francisco, CA. April.
  11. 2016 Kang, W. and S.J. Rey “A comparison of tests for spatial effects in discrete Markov chain models of regional income distribution dynamics.” Western Regional Science Association. Waikoloa, HA. February.
  12. 2015 Rey, S.J., W. Kang, and L.J. Wolf. “Properties of tests for spatial effects in discrete Markov chain models of regional income distribution dynamics.” Regional Science Association International. Portland. November.
  13. 2015 Anselin, L., S.J. Rey and J. Laura. “Computational issues in conditional permutation inference for LISA statistics. Regional Science Association International. Portland. November.
  14. 2015 Sastre-Guitierrez, M.L. and S.J. Rey “Space-time distribution dynamics of human development in Mexico: A fifty year overview. Regional Science Association International. Portland. November.
  15. 2015 Rey, S.J., W. Kang, and L.J. Wolf. “Properties of tests for spatial effects in discrete Markov chain models of regional income distribution dynamics.” Scientific Computing with Python. Austin. July.
  16. 2015 Anselin, L., S.J. Rey, and J. Laura. “Computational Issues in Conditional Permutation Inference for Local Spatial Autocorrelation Statistics.” Association of American Geographers. Chicago, April.
  17. 2015 Rey, S.J. “Local Indicators for Mobility Analysis: LIMA.” Association of American Geographers. Chicago, April.
  18. 2015 Wolf, L.J. and S.J. Rey. “Improving Spatial Methods for Gerrymandering Analysis.” Association of American Geographers. Chicago, April.
  19. 2015 Rey, S.J. and M.L. Sastre-Guitierez. “Comparative Spatial Inequality Dynamics: The Case of Mexico and the United States.” Western Regional Science Association. Tucson, February.
  20. 2015 Laura, J. and S.J. Rey. “Parallel Spatial Regionalization Using a Cooperative Heuristic Approach.” Western Regional Science Association. Tucson, February.
  21. 2014 Anselin, L., S.J. Rey, P. Amaral, D. Arribas-Bel, D.C. Folch, R. Pahle, P. Stephens and X. Li. “The Many Faces of Spatial Regression in PySAL”. Regional Science Association International. Bethesda, November.
  22. 2014 Rey, S.J. “Bells in Space: The Spatial Dynamics of Interpersonal and Interregional Income Inequality”. Regional Science Association International. Bethesda, November.
  23. 2014 Rey, S.J. and J.C. Duque. “Integrating ClusterPy and PySAL”. Regional Science Association International. Bethesda, November.
  24. 2014 Laura, J. P. Stephens and S.J. Rey. “Development of a RESTful API for the Python Spatial Analysis Library.” Regional Science Association International. Bethesda, November.
  25. 2014 Rey, S.J., W. Li, and L. Anselin “SAM: A Provenance Model for Spatial Analytical Methods.” GIScience 2014. Vienna. September.
  26. 2014 Li, W., S.J. Rey, L. Anselin and J. Laura. “SAM: A Provenance Model for Spatial Analytical Methods.” Second International Conference on CyberGIS and Geodesign. Redlands. August.
  27. 2014 Laura, J., R. Pahle, S.J. Rey and L. Anselin. “pPySAL: Autoregression and Complex Systems Framework Integration.” Second International Conference on CyberGIS and Geodesign. Redlands. August.
  28. 2014 Rey, S.J. “CyberGIS Beyond Software Integration.” Panel, Second International Conference on CyberGIS and Geodesign. Redlands. August.
  29. 2014 Laura, J. and S.J. Rey. “Fast algorithms for binary spatial adjacency measures.” Scientific Computing with Python. Austin, July.
  30. 2014 Laura, J., S.J. Rey, P. Stephens and R.Pahle. “An evaluation of sampling and full enumeration strategies for Fisher Jenks classification in large n settings”. Association of American Geographers. Tampa, April.
  31. 2014 Rey, S.J. “Open GIScience: Opportunities and problems”. Association of American Geographers. Tampa, April.
  32. 2014 Rey, S.J. “Space-time analytics”. Association of American Geographers. Tampa, April.
  33. 2013 Rey, S.J. “Regional Econometric+Input-Output Modeling: An Overview.” Regional Science Association International. Atlanta, November.
  34. 2013 Rey, S.J. “Regional distribution dynamics revisited.” Regional Science Association International. Atlanta, November.
  35. 2013 Rey, S.J. “Workshop: Exploratory spatial data analysis with PySAL.” Regional Science Association International. Atlanta, November.
  36. 2013 Rey, S.J. and J. Laura. “Parallel PySAL.” CyberGIS All-Hands Meeting. Seattle, September.
  37. 2013 Rey, S.J. “Code as text: Open source in academia.” Scientific Computing with Python. Austin, July.
  38. 2013 Rey, S.J., L. Anselin and J. Laura. “Spatial analysis and big data: Challenges and opportunities.” SIAM Conference for Computational Science and Engineering. Boston, MA. February.
  39. 2013 Mack, E.A. and S.J. Rey. “An econometric approach to evaluate regional variations in broadband linkages to knowledge intensive firms.” Western Regional Science Association. Santa Barbara, CA. February.
  40. 2013 Rey, S.J. “Fast algorithms for a space-time concordance measure.” Western Regional Science Association. Santa Barbara, CA. February.
  41. 2012 Murray, A.T., T. Grubesic, S.J. Rey and L. Anselin. “Spatial data uncertainty and cluster detection.” GIScience. Columbus,Ohio. September.
  42. 2012 Rey, S.J. “Exploratory space-time data analysis”. GIScience, Columbus,Ohio. September.
  43. 2012 Rey, S.J., X. Li, and L. Anselin. “Visualization of Space-Time Dynamics in Criminal Activity.” Joint Statistical Meetings. San Diego. July.
  44. 2012 Anselin, L. and S.J. Rey.“Spatial Econometrics in an Age of CyberGIScience.” Joint Statistical Meetings. San Diego. July.
  45. 2012 Rey, S.J. “PySAL: A Python library for exploratory spatial data analysis and geocomputation.” Scientific Computing with Python. Austin, July.
  46. 2012 Smith, R., and S.J. Rey. Decomposing the Gini Coefficient to Measure the Inequality of Places. Presented at the Sentinels of Sustainability, Rio+20 United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development. Fort Leme, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. June.
  47. 2012 Anselin, L. and S.J. Rey. “Spatial Econometrics in an Age of CyberGIScience.” Association of American Geographers. New York. February.
  48. 2012 Kleinschmidt. S., A.T. Murray, S.J. Rey, T.H. Grubesic. “Spatial patterns and geographical data uncertainty.” Association of American Geographers. New York. February.
  49. 2012 Rey, S.J., L. Anselin, R. Pahle, and X. Kang. “Parallelizing PySAL.” Association of American Geographers. New York. February.
  50. 2012 Rey, S.J., E. Mack, and J. Koschinsky. “Exploratory space-time analysis of burglary patterns.” Western Regional Science Association. Lihue, February.
  51. 2011 Folch, D.C. and S.J. Rey. “The Centralization Index as a Tool for Measuring Local Segregation.” Regional Science Association International. Miami, November.
  52. 2011 Guitierrez, M.S. and S.J. Rey. “Spatial Economics of Convergence in Mexico.” Regional Science Association International. Miami, November.
  53. 2011 Rey, S.J. “Rank Based Markov Measures of Regional Income Distribution Dynamics”. Regional Science Association International. Miami, November.
  54. 2011 Rey, S.J. and L. Anselin “PySAL: Python Spatial Analysis Library”. CyberGIS All Hands Meeting. Oak Ridge National Laboratory. September.
  55. 2011 Rey, S.J., L. Anselin, D.C. Folch. “PySAL: Python Spatial Analysis Library 2.0.” Association of American Geographers. Seattle, April.
  56. 2011 Rey, S.J. “Space-time analysis of regional systems.” Association of American Geographers. Seattle, April.
  57. 2011 Rey, S.J., A.T. Murray and L. Anselin. “Visualizing regional income distribution dynamics.” Western Regional Science Association. Monterey, March.
  58. 2010 Rey, S.J. and L. Anselin. “Spatial econometrics with PySAL and GeoDaSpace”. Regional Science Association International. Denver, November.
  59. 2010 Sastre-Gutierrez, M.L. and S.J. Rey. “Spatial econometrics of convergence in Mexico”. Regional Science Association International. Denver, November.
  60. 2010 Sastre-Gutierrez, M.L. and Rey, S.J. ┬┐Spatial Socioeconomic Mobility in Mexico┬┐, XX Coloquio Mexicano de Economia Matematica y Econometria, Guanajuato, Mexico, September.
  61. 2010 Anselin, L., S.J. Rey and A. Winslow. “New tools for statistical point pattern analysis on networks with large datasets.” Com.Geo. Washington, D.C.. June.
  62. 2010 Anselin, L., S.J. Rey and J. Koschinsky. “Flexible geospatial visual analytics and simulation technologies.” National Institute of Justice Conference. Arlington. June.
  63. 2010 Rey, S.J. and L. Anselin “PySAL: A Python library for spatial analysis and geocomputation.” Association of American Geographers. Washington, D.C.. April.
  64. 2010 Murray, A.T., Y. Liu, S.J. Rey and L. Anselin. “Exploring movement object patterns.” Western Regional Science Association. Sedona, February.
  65. 2010 Rey, S.J., L. Anselin, D.C. Folch, D. Arribas-Bel, M.L. Sastre Gutierez and L. Interlante. “Measuring spatial dynamics in metropolitan areas.” Western Regional Science Association. Sedona, February.
  66. 2010 Sastre-Gutierrez and S.J. Rey. “Spatial socioeconomic mobility in Mexico.” Western Regional Science Association. Sedona, February.
  67. 2010 Ye, Xinyue and S.J. Rey. “Space-time empirics for economic growth.” Western Regional Science Association. Sedona, February.
  68. 2009 Murray, A., P.D. Padegimas, L. Anselin, S.J. Rey and P. Gober. “A spatial optimization model for water supply allocation.” North American Meetings of the Regional Science Association International. San Francisco, November.
  69. 2009 Sastre Gutierez, M.L. and S.J. Rey. “Spatial income mobility in Mexico.” North American Meetings of the Regional Science Association International. San Francisco, November.
  70. 2009 Rey, S.J., L. Anselin, D.C. Folch, D. Arribas-Bel, M.L. Sastre Gutierez and L. Interlante. “Measuring spatial dynamics in metropolitan areas.” North American Meetings of the Regional Science Association International. San Francisco, November.
  71. 2009 Rey, S.J., L. Anselin, D.C. Folch, D. Arribas-Bel, M.L. Sastre Gutierez and L. Interlante. “Spatial linkages and urban economic development” Economic Development Adminstration Research Symposium. Morgantown, October.
  72. 2009 Rey, S.J. and D.C. Folch. “What Can 70 Million or So Neighborhoods Tell Us about the Performance of Income Segregation Measures?” Spatial Economerics Association. Barcelona, July.
  73. 2009 Rey, S.J. and L. Anselin. “PySAL: Python Library for Spatial Analytical Functions.” Association of American Geographers. Las Vegas. March.
  74. 2009 Rey, S.J., L. Anselin and M. Hwang. “Dynamic manipulation of spatial weights using web services.” Western Regional Science Association. Napa, February.
  75. 2009 Elias, M. and S.J. Rey. “Educational performance and spatial convergence in Peru: 1993-2005. Western Regional Science Association. Napa, February.
  76. 2009 Schmidt, C.R., S.J. Rey and A. Skupin. “Effects of regular topology in spherical self-organizing maps.” Western Regional Science Association. Napa, February.
  77. 2009 Duque, J.C., L. Anselin and S.J. Rey. “The max-p region problem.” First Conference of the Regional Science Association of the Americas. Cartagena, February.
  78. 2008 Rey, S.J. “20 Years of Spatial Econometrics”. Panel Member. Regional Science Association International. Brooklyn. November.
  79. 2008 Duque, J.C., S.J. Rey and C.R. Schmidt “INCLUSIO: New ways to explore interindustry relationships.“Regional Science Association International. Brooklyn. November.
  80. 2008 Schmidt, C.R., S.J. Rey and A. Skupin “PySOM: A Graph Based Implementation of Self-Organizing Maps.” Regional Science Association International. Brooklyn. November.
  81. 2008 Rey, S.J. and B. Dev “Identifying patterns of change in income inequality across geographic areas.” Regional Science Association International. Brooklyn. November.
  82. 2008 Rey, S.J. and X. Ye “Distributional Properties of LISA Time Paths.” Regional Science Association International. Brooklyn. November.
  83. 2008 Sergio Rey and David Folch “A spatiotemporal approach to the measurement of economic segregation.” Spatial Econometrics Association. Brooklyn. Novermber.
  84. 2008 Schmidt, C., Rey, S.J. and A. Skupin. “Effects of Irregular Topology in Spherical Self-Organizing Maps.” Association of American Geographers. Boston. March.
  85. 2008 Rey, S.J. and X. Ye. “Dynamic Pseudo Weighted Voronoi: Integrating Geographic and Attribute Spaces.” Association of American Geographers. Boston. March.
  86. 2008 Stephens, P. and S.J. Rey “Spatial Analysis Of HUBZone Determinations In California Metro Areas.” Association of American Geographers. Boston. March.
  87. 2008 Rey, S.J. and X. Ye. “Comparative spatial dynamics of regional systems’. Western Regional Science Association. Kona, HI. February.
  88. 2007 Rey, S.J. and X. Ye. “Comparative space-time dyanmics: China and the US 1989-2000”. Regional Science Association International. Savannah, GA. November.
  89. 2007 Rey, S.J. and J. Le Gallo “Spatial analysis of economic convergence”. Regional Science Association International. Savannah, GA. November.
  90. 2007 Rey, S.J. and M. Sastre Gutierrez “Interregional Inequality Dynamics in in Mexico”. Regional Science Association International. Savannah, GA. November.
  91. 2007 Rey, S.J. and X. Ye. “Exploring spatial dynamics in city size distributions.“. The 2nd ICA Workshop on Geospatial Analysis and Modeling - Spatial Structure and Dynamics of Urban Environments. Athens, Ga. July.
  92. 2007 Sastre Gutierrez, M. and S.J. Rey “Spatial income mobility in Mexico.” Encuentro Nacional Sobre Desarrollo Regional en Mexico, AMECIDER. July.
  93. 2007 Rey, S.J. “Show me the code: Open source and spatial analysis.” Association of American Geographers. San Francisco. April.
  94. 2007 Rey, S.J. and X. Ye “Exploratory Comparative Spatial Dynamics:Integrating Computational Geometry with ESTDA.” Association of American Geographers. San Francisco. April.
  95. 2007 Stephens, P. and S.J. Rey “Spatial Analysis of HUBZone Designations in San Diego, California.” Association of American Geographers. San Francisco. April.
  96. 2006 Rey, S.J., L. Anselin, J.C. Duque and X. Li “Max p-region based estimation of disease rates.” Regional Science Association International Meetings. Toronto. November.
  97. 2006 Rey, S.J. and X. Ye “Exploring spatial dynamics in city size distributions.” Regional Science Association International Meetings. Toronto. November.
  98. 2006 Rey, S.J. “An exploratory space-time data analysis toolkit for the social sciences.” National Science Foundation, Human and Social Dynamics Principal Investigators Meeting. Washington D.C. September.
  99. 2006 Anselin, L. and S.J. Rey “PySAL: A Python Library for Spatial Analysis.” Joint Statistical Meetings. Seattle. August.
  100. 2006 Anselin, L. and S.J. Rey “Perspectives on spatial data analysis: the contributions by Arthur Getis to the field.” Association of American Geographers. Chicago. April.
  101. 2006 Hamada, Y., D.A. Stow, S.J. Rey and L. Coutler “Methods for assessing thematic accuracy of classification maps derived from remotely sensed imagery.” Association of American Geographers. Chicago. April.
  102. 2006 Janikas, M.V. and S.J. Rey “Assessing relative distributions in the presence of spatial dependence.” Association of American Geographers. Chicago. April.
  103. 2006 Rey, S.J. and X. Ye. “Comparative space-time dynamics” Association of American Geographers. Chicago. April.
  104. 2005 Rey, S.J. and B. Dev. “Identifying trends of -convergence in the presence of dynamic spatial effects.” Regional Science Association International. Las Vegas. November.
  105. 2005 Rey, S.J., J.C. Duque and L. Anselin. “Clustering components in the Python Spatial Analysis Library (PySAL). Regional Science Association International. Las Vegas. November.
  106. 2005 Rey, S.J., O. Smirnov, J.C. Duque, P. Stephens and Y.S. Kim. “Regional analysis in support of economic development.” Regional Science Association International. Las Vegas. November.
  107. 2005 Rey, S.J., M.V. Janikas and O. Smirnov. “Exploratory geovisualization of spatial income dynamics.” Regional Science Association International. Las Vegas. November.
  108. 2005 Janikas, M.V. and S.J. Rey “A confirmatory approach for the evaluation of the effects of spatial clustering and inequality on economic growth in the United States: 1969-20001.” Regional Science Association International. Las Vegas. November.
  109. 2005 Duque, J.C. and S.J. Rey “Network based approaches towards industrial clustering.” Regional Science Association International. Las Vegas. November.
  110. 2005 Rey, S.J., M.V. Janikas and O. Smirnov. “Exploratory geovisualization of spatial dynamics.” Geocomputation 2005. University of Michigan. August.
  111. 2005 Anselin, L. and S.J. Rey “PySAL a Python library for spatial analytical functions.” Geocomputation 2005. University of Michigan. August.
  112. 2005 Rey, S.J. “STARS: Space-Time Analysis of Regional Systems.” Workshop on Spatial Econometrics. Kiel Institute for World Economics, Kiel Germany. April.
  113. 2005 Anselin, L. and S.J. Rey “PySAL, a Python Library for Spatial Analytical Functions”. Association of American Geographers. Denver, CO. April.
  114. 2005 Rey, S.J. and M.V. Janikas “STARS: Space-Time Analysis of Regional Systems.” Western Regional Science Association. San Diego, CA. February.
  115. 2004 Janikas, M.V. and S.J. Rey “Spatial Clustering, Inequality and Income Convergence.” Regional Science Association International. Seattle, WA. November.
  116. 2004 Rey, S.J. and M.V. Janikas “Exploratory space-time data analysis with STARS.” Association of American Geographers. Philadelphia, PA. March.
  117. 2004 Rey, S.J. and B. Dev “-convergence in the presence of spatial effects.” Western Regional Science Association. Maui, HA. February.
  118. 2003 Rey, S.J. and M.V. Janikas “Convergence and space.“Regional Science Association International. Philadelphia, PA. Novermber.
  119. 2003 Rey, S.J., M.V. Janikas, B. Dev and Y.S. Kim “Exploratory space-time analysis with STARS.” Regional Science Association International. Philadelphia, PA. Novermber.
  120. 2003 Rey, S.J., D.J. Mattheis and Y.S. Kim “Building Consensus Clusters: An evaluation of industrial cluster identification strategies” Regional Science Association International. Philadelphia, PA. Novermber.
  121. 2003 Kim, Y.S. and S.J. Rey “The aerospace industry cluster in California.” Regional Science Association International. Philadelphia, PA. Novermber.
  122. 2003 Rey, S.J., M.V. Janikas, B. Dev and Y.S. Kim “Exploratory space-time data analysis with Python.” Python for Scientific Computing Workshop. Pasadena, CA. September.
  123. 2003 Rey, S.J., D.J. Mattheis and Y.S. Kim “Regional Industrial Clusters in California: An Application of Consensus Clustering.” Western Regional Science Association Meetings. Rico Rico, AZ. March.
  124. 2003 Rey, S.. “Empirics for space-time information systems.” Space-Time Information Systems 2003. University of Michigan, January.
  125. 2002 Rey, S.J. “STARS: Space-time Analysis of Regional Systems”. North American Meeting of the Regional Science Association International. San Juan, Puerto Rico. November.
  126. 2002 Rey, S.J., G.R. West and M.V. Janikas “Uncertainty in integrated regional models”. North American Meeting of the Regional Science Association International. San Juan, Puerto Rico. November.
  127. 2002 Anselin, L. and S.J. Rey (Organizers). New Tools for Spatial Data Analysis. Center for Spatially Integrated Social Sciences Specialist Meeting. Santa Barbara, Ca. May 10-11.
  128. 2002 Rey, S.J. “Spatial analysis of regional income inequality.” Western Regional Science Association Meetings. Montery, Ca. February.
  129. 2001 Rey, S.J., D.J. Mattheis and Y.S. Kim. “Consensus industrial clustering.” 17th Pacific Conference of the Regional Science Association International. Portland, Or. July.
  130. 2001 Anselin, L. and S.J. Rey. “Open software tools for exploratory spatial data analysis.” Association of American Geographers. New York. March.
  131. 2001 Rey, S.J. “Spatial dependence in the evolution of regional income distributions.” Western Regional Science Association Meetings. Ojai, Ca. February.
  132. 2000 Rey, S.J. and L. Anselin “Regional Science Publication Patterns in the 1990’s”. North American Meeting of the Regional Science Association International. Chicago. November.
  133. 2000 Clement, N.C. and S.J. Rey “The Economic Structure of the US-Mexico Border Region in the NAFTA Era.” Border Institute II. Rio Rico, Arizona. April.
  134. 2000 Jerrett, M.J. and S.J. Rey “Environmental Accounting in Border Regions.” Border Institute II. Rio Rico, Arizona. April.
  135. 2000 Rey, S.J. “Spatial Empirics for Economic Growth and Convergence.” Western Regional Science Association Meetings. Kauai. February.
  136. 1999 Rey, S.J. “Integrated Regional Econometric+Input-Output Modeling: Issues and Opportunities.” North American Meeting of the Regional Science Association International. Montreal. November.
  137. 1999 LeSage, J.P. and S.J. Rey “Restrictions in Integrated Econometric+input-output modeling.” North American Meeting of the Regional Science Association International. Montreal. November.
  138. 1999 Florax, R.J.G.M., E. Lopez-Bazo and S.J. Rey. “Spatial economic growth: What do we know?” European Congress of the Regional Science Association International. Dublin, Ireland. August.
  139. 1999 Rey, S.J. “Space in integrated econometric and input-output models.” Southern Regional Science Association Meetings. Richmond, VA. April.
  140. 1999 Rey, S.J. and D. Mattheis. “An evaluation of methods for identifying regional industrial clusters.” Annual meetings of the Association of American Geographers, Honolulu, HA.
  141. 1998 Rey, S.J. and M.G. Boarnet. “A taxonomy of spatial econometric models for simultaneous equations systems.” North American Meeting of the Regional Science Association International. Santa Fe, New Mexico. November.
  142. 1998 Rey, S.J. “Methodological Issues in the Integration of Regional Econometric and Input-Output Models.” Paper presented at the Community Planning and Analysis Network Meeting, Santa Fe, NM, November.
  143. 1998 Rey, S.J. and N.C. Clement, “The San Diego Economic Information and Modeling Project.” Network of Border Economists, El Paso, Texas, April.
  144. 1998 Rey, S.J. and B.D. Montouri. “U.S. regional income convergence: A spatial econometric perspective.” Western Regional Science Association Meetings. Monterey, CA. February.
  145. 1997 Rey, S.J. and R.W. Jackson. “Labor productivity changes in regional econometric and input-output models.” North American Meeting of the Regional Science Association International. Buffalo, N.Y. November.
  146. 1997 Anselin, L. and S.J. Rey “Geographic spillovers in regional economic models.“North American Meeting of the Regional Science Association International. Buffalo, N.Y. November.
  147. 1996 Rey, S.J. “Coefficient Change in Embedded Econometric and Input-Output Models at the Regional Scale.” Regional Science Association International annual meeting, Arlington Virginia November.
  148. 1996 Clement, N. and S.J. Rey. “The San Diego-Tijuana Region.” Transnational Regional Economic Development in North America. Tucson, Arizona. May.
  149. 1996 Rey, S.J., and B. Dev. “Integrating Econometric and Input-output Models in a Multiregional Context.” Western Regional Science Association annual meeting, Napa CA, February.
  150. 1995 Rey, S.J., “The Impact of Defense Spending on the San Diego Region: An Integrated Modeling Analysis.” Thirtieth anniversary conference of the Regional Research Institute, West Virginia University, Morgantown, W.V., November.
  151. 1995 Anselin, L. and S. Rey, “The Elusiveness of Spatial Spillovers: State Fiscal Policy Interdependence Revisited.” Regional Science Association International, annual meeting, Cincinnati, Ohio, November.
  152. 1995 Rey, S.J., “The Performance of Alternative Integration Strategies for Combining Regional Econometric and Input-Output Models.” Regional Science Association International, annual meeting, Cincinnati, Ohio, November.
  153. 1995 Rey, S.J., P.Ganster, G. del Castillo, J. Alvarez, K. Shellhammer, A. Sweedler and N. Clement. “The San Diego-Tijuana Region” Integrating Cities and Regions: NAFTA and Beyond. Vancouver, B.C. September.
  154. 1995 Anselin, L. and S. Rey, “Spatial Dependence in Models with Pooled Data: State Fiscal Policy Interdependence Revisited.” Western Regional Science Association annual meeting, San Diego CA, February.
  155. 1994 Rey, S., “The Role of Spatial Effects in the Estimation and Simulation of Multiregional Econometric Models.” Regional Science Association International, annual meeting, Niagara Falls, Ontario Canada, November.
  156. 1994 Rey, S., A. Getis, and A. Bortman, “Estimation of Suppressed Employment Data: an Evaluation of Spatial and Non-spatial Approaches.” Regional Science Association International, annual meeting, Niagara Falls, Ontario Canada, November.
  157. 1994 Rey, S. and A. Bortman, “Integration of GIS and Regional Modeling: The Case of Estimating Suppressed Employment Data at the Sub-state Scale.” Association of American Geographers, annual meeting, San Francisco, CA, April.
  158. 1993 Rey, S., “Spatial Heterogeneity in Multiregional Econometric Models.” Regional Science Association International, annual meeting, Houston, TX, November.
  159. 1992 Rey, S., “Integrated Econometric and Input-output Regional Employment Models: An Evaluation of Alternative Approaches.” Regional Science Association International, annual meeting, Chicago, IL, November.
  160. 1992 Florax, R. and S. Rey, “The Impacts of Misspecified Spatial Weight Structures in Linear Regression Models.” European Congress of the Regional Science Association, Louvain-La-Neuve Belgium, August.
  161. 1992 Rey, S., “Integrated Econometric and Input-output Models: An Analysis of Alternative Approaches.” Association of American Geographers, annual meeting, San Diego, CA, April.