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The resource curse reloaded: revisiting the Dutch disease with economic complexity analysis
This paper shows that the Dutch disease can be more formally characterised as low economic complexity using ECI-type indicators; there is a solid and robust inverse relationship between exports concentrating on natural ...
The Economic Commission for Latin America (ECLA) was right: scale-free complex networks and core-periphery patterns in world trade
The main purpose of this paper is to apply big-data and scale-free complex network techniques to the study of world trade, with a specific focus on the investigation of ECLA and structuralist ideas. A secondary objective ...
Sophisticated jobs matter for economic development: an empirical analysis based on input-output matrices and economic complexity
A wide range of economic development theoreticians have discussed the manufacturing sector’s properties as an engine for economic growth. More recently, the sophisticated services sector began to share similar characteristics ...