This proposal aims to measure the spatial probability distribution of the entry for Taiwan’s financial industry in China, Malaysia and Thailand with the combination of micro-level bank locations and macro-level political-economic index. We employ the Geographic Information System, spatial signals approach, maximum entropy analysis and spatial econometrics to estimate the spatial inference of Taiwan’s banking sector entry in China, Malaysia and Thailand by the exact location and environmental factors. Using the locations of banks’ headquarters, branches and sub-branches in China, Malaysia and Thailand, we can find the better locations and area of the entry for Taiwan’s financial industry with the combination of micro-level bank locations and macro-level political-economic index.
|Effective start/end date||2017/08/01 → 2021/07/31|
- financial agglomeration effects
- new southbound policy
- Geographic Information System
- spatial signals approach
- maximum entropy analysis
- spatial econometrics
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