Category Archives: Economic networks

Linking Economic Complexity, Institutions and Income Inequality

The mix of products that a country exports predicts that country’s subsequent pattern of diversification and economic growth. But does this product mix also predict income inequality? Here we combine methods from econometrics, network science, and economic complexity to show … Continue reading

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Economic networks

Social relations are crucial for understanding diverse economic actions and a network perspective is central to that explanation. Simple exchanges involving money, labor, and commodities combine into complexily connected systems. Economic networks span many levels of analysis, from persons (consumers, … Continue reading

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