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Network structure of inter-industry flows

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  • James McNerney
  • Brian D. Fath
  • Gerald Silverberg

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We study the structure of inter-industry relationships using networks of money flows between industries in 20 national economies. We find these networks vary around a typical structure characterized by a Weibull link weight distribution, exponential industry size distribution, and a common community structure. The community structure is hierarchical, with the top level of the hierarchy comprising five industry communities: food industries, chemical industries, manufacturing industries, service industries, and extraction industries.

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Date of creation: Apr 2012
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Publication status: Published in Physica A 392, (2013) 6427-6441
Handle: RePEc:arx:papers:1204.4122

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