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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 ...
The structuralist revenge: economic complexity as an important dimension to evaluate growth and development
This paper brings elements from the economic complexity literature to the discussions of the structuralist tradition on the central role of manufacturing and productive sophistication to economic growth. Using data provided ...