Posts Tagged: International trade

Is China already part of the industrial core?

My occasional forays into economic theory have led me to the intriguing work of Adolph Löwe, in particular his 1976 book The Path of Economic Growth (Cambridge University Press). Being a sociologist, I have very little knowledge of how Löwe’s

Is China already part of the industrial core?

My occasional forays into economic theory have led me to the intriguing work of Adolph Löwe, in particular his 1976 book The Path of Economic Growth (Cambridge University Press). Being a sociologist, I have very little knowledge of how Löwe’s

Export profile of Balkan states and Turkey (visual)

Following up on my post on the Balkans and the international trade network, the image below is a graphical representation of the export profile of the Balkan states and Turkey (as a bonus!) in 2011, based on Eurostat data. If

Export profile of Balkan states and Turkey (visual)

Following up on my post on the Balkans and the international trade network, the image below is a graphical representation of the export profile of the Balkan states and Turkey (as a bonus!) in 2011, based on Eurostat data. If

The Balkans and the global trade network (visual)

Below is a neat little network map I produced with UCINET using trade data from Eurostat on global trade ties of the states of the so-called “Western Balkans.” (I am not a big fan of this term, as it is

The Balkans and the global trade network (visual)

Below is a neat little network map I produced with UCINET using trade data from Eurostat on global trade ties of the states of the so-called “Western Balkans.” (I am not a big fan of this term, as it is