2021

Microgeography of Restaurants: Sub-City Analysis of Restaurant Location and Colocation Using Swedish Geo-Coded Data

Reprint No. 2021:11

Author(s): Özge Öner and Johan P LarssonYear: 2021 Title: Regional Science Perspectives on Tourism and Hospitality Chapter: 3Editor(s): Mauro Ferrante, Oliver Fritz and Özge ÖnerPublisher: SpringerCity: New York Pages: 41–64
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In this chapter, we offer an exploatory empirical analysis that captures the general location and colocation patterns for restaurants using Swedish geo-coded data for the year 2015, which allows us to exogenously partition all urban areas in Sweden into two different aggregations of neighbourhoods, i.e. 250-by-250 m and 1-by-1 km grid cells. The data not only allows us to observe the full population of restaurants in the whole country, but also provides information on all other related services as well as features of the urban market related to demand and centrality.


Reference:
Öner, Özge and Johan P Larsson (2021), "Microgeography of Restaurants: Sub-City Analysis of Restaurant Location and Colocation Using Swedish Geo-Coded Data". Chapter 3, pp. 41–64 in Mauro Ferrante, Oliver Fritz and Özge Öner, eds., Regional Science Perspectives on Tourism and Hospitality. New York: Springer.

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