Corporate Competition: A Self-Organized Network

@article{Braha2011CorporateCA,
  title={Corporate Competition: A Self-Organized Network},
  author={D. Braha and Blake C. Stacey and Y. Bar-Yam},
  journal={IO: Theory eJournal},
  year={2011}
}
A substantial number of studies have extended the work on universal properties in physical systems to complex networks in social, biological, and technological systems. In this paper, we present a complex networks perspective on interfirm organizational networks by mapping, analyzing and modeling the spatial structure of a large interfirm competition network across a variety of sectors and industries within the United States. We propose two micro-dynamic models that are able to reproduce… Expand
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