For more than half a cen­tury, many social sci­en­tists and urban geo­g­ra­phers inter­ested in mod­eling the move­ment of people and goods between cities, states or coun­tries have relied on a sta­tis­tical for­mula called the gravity law, which mea­sures the “attrac­tion” between two places.

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