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Examining Latent Geographies of Network Interdependencies in International Commerce

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Title: Examining Latent Geographies of Network Interdependencies in International Commerce
Creators: Ward, Michael
Keywords: international trade
trade models
Issue Date: 2006-02-16
Publisher: Ohio State University. Mershon Center for International Security Studies
Abstract: The world of international trade is an enormous network of interrelated countries that, in the end, are all dependent on one another for economic survival. The contemporary reliance on international trade, which is steadily rising, means that states are increasingly dependent on foreign goods and profits, said Michael Ward. But, the growth of international commerce vastly outweighs that of productivity, meaning that we don't understand international trade as a whole.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/30167
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