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Using network analysis to study globalization, regionalization, and multi-polarity—Introduction to special section

  • PHILIPPE DE LOMBAERDE (a1), LELIO IAPADRE (a2) (a3), ANN MCCRANIE (a4) and LUCIA TAJOLI (a5)
Abstract

In this introduction to the special section on globalization, regionalization, and multi-polarity, we review network analysis applications to the study of globalization as a complex and multi-dimensional phenomenon and we explore the frontiers of our knowledge about the network properties of global systems. We focus on the global economic (trade and investment), political, and migration systems.

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