It is important to be aware that economic occurrences depend also on subjective (psychological and sociological) factors. In many cases these causes could be identified with propensities. Propensities could be understood as a generalized psychological and sociological causes that make probabilities of certain events higher in given objective circumstances. In the article proposition of determining impact of propensities on economic phenomena by means of residuals of econometric models for spatial data was discussed. Econometric consequences of omitting subjective factors (propensities) while analyzing socio-economic regularities were presented. Such kind of residuals as OLS, predictive, studentized, recursive and BLUS residuals were described. Econometric properties of mentioned residuals were also pointed out. In the empirical example all types of residuals were used to analyze impact of propensity to consume in chosen European countries in 2006.
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