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Topology-dependence of propagation mechanisms in the production network

  title={Topology-dependence of propagation mechanisms in the production network},
  author={Eszter Moln'ar and Denes Csala},
The topology of production networks determines the propagation mechanisms of local shocks and thus the co-movement of industries. As a result, we need a more precisely defined production network to model economic growth accurately. In this study, we analyse Leontief’s input-output model from a network theory perspective, aiming to construct a production network in such a way that it allows the most accurate modelling of the propagation mechanisms of changes that generate industry growth. We do… 

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