Volume 1 Number 1

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)Dominique Haughton, editor-in-chief, Bentley University
Christine Thomas-Agnan, co-editor, Université Toulouse I
Kai W. Ng, co-editor, University of Hong Kong

Volume 1, Number 1, April 2006
Editorial pdf
1 Bright Lights, Big Dreams – A Case study of Factors Relating to the Success of Broadway Shows Lan Ma Nygren and Jeffrey S. Simonoff pdf data
15 Analysis of Teller Service Times in Retail Banks Travis Cogdill and Michael Monticino pdf data
26 Spatially-oriented discrete choice predictions: a case-study of French supermarket preferences Sébastien Markley pdf data
47 Forecasting Police Calls during Peak Times for the City of Cleveland John P. Holcomb Jr. and Norean Radke Sharpe pdf data
54 Energy Savings Prediction: A Case Study John Lawson pdf data
61 A Bayesian Control Chart for a Passivation Process Balgobin Nandram, Brenda Ramirez and Jai Won Choi pdf data
71 Do Project Labor Agreements Raise Construction Costs? Paul Bachman and Jonathan Haughton pdf data
80 Spatial dynamics of public pharmaceutical expenditures Jorgen Lauridsen, Mickael Bech, Fernando Lopez and Mariluz Mate Sanchez pdf data