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Budapest, 30 November - 1 December 2015

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“Networks, Complexity and Economic Development” workshop




Monday, November 30, 2015


venue: Hungarian Academy of Sciences main building, Széchenyi István tér 9, 1051 Budapest
(room: Kupolaterem)


12.40-13.00 Registration

13.00-13.15 Opening (Károly Fazekas, general director, HAS CERS) 

13.15-14.45 César Hidalgo: Why Information Grows:
The Evolution of Order, from Atoms to Economies

14.45-15.15 Coffee break

15.15-16.30 Balázs Vedres: European Economic Integration and Cathedrals in the Desert

16.30-16.45 Coffee break

16.45-17.45 Submitted presentations: Session I

17.45-18.00 Break

18.00-19.00 Submitted presentations: Session II


Tuesday, December 1, 2015

venue: Hungarian Academy of Sciences office building, Nádor utca 7, 1051 Budapest (room: 29)


9.00-10.20 Submitted presentations: Session III

10.20-10.40 Coffee break

10.40-12.00 Submitted presentations: Session IV

12.00-13.20 Lunch break


venue: Hungarian Academy of Sciences main building, Széchenyi István tér 9, 1051 Budapest
(room: Felolvasóterem)


13.20-14.50 César Hidalgo: The shapes of the city: new computational methods
to understand urban perception, gentrification, and economic
agglomerations at the neighborhood scale

14.50-15.15 Coffee break

15.15-16.30  Ádám Szeidl: Interfirm Relationships and Business Performance

16.30-17.00 Coffee break

17.00-18.30 Poster session

 Submitted presentations schedule

Session I:

Nov 30, 16.45-17.45 (HAS main building, Kupolaterem). Chair: László Halpern

Gianluca Capone,
R. Boschma

Relatedness, Diversification and Institutions

IUSS Pavia

Alexei Kireyev, A. Leonidov

Network Effects of International Shocks and Spillovers

IMF and Lebedev Institute, REES, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Isabella Cingolani,
P. Panzarasa, L. Tajoli

The power and dependence in complex networks: an application to the international multi-product trade network

Management, Economics and Industrial Engineering Department, Politecnico di Milano




Session II:

Nov 30, 18.00-19.00 (HAS main building, Kupolaterem). Chair: László Kóczy

Greg Morrison, S. Buldyrev, M. Imbruno, Omar Doria, Armando Rungi, M. Riccaboni, F. Pammolli

The ‘New’ Economic Complexity: Much Ado about Nothing

IMT Lucca Institute for Advanced Studies

Federico Musciotto

Detection of clusters of investors on the basis of their trading activity

Center for Network Science and Department of Economics, CEU, Budapest

R. N. Mantegna, J. Piilo, Luca Marotta

Patterns of high-frequency trading networks at NASDAQ OMX Helsinki

Center for Network Science and Department of Economics, CEU, Budapest




Session III:

Dec 1, 9.00-10.20 (HAS office building, room 29) Chair: Miklós Koren

Balázs Lengyel,
R. Eriksson

Co-worker networks, labour mobility and productivity growth in regions

Insitute of Economics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

Zsolt Csáfordi, L. Lőrincz,
B. Lengyel, K. M. Kiss

The effect of labor flows, skill relatedness and organizational culture on firm productivity

Insitute of Economics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences,

Anna Ray

Expanding Multinationals - Conglomerate M&A and Activity-Basket Proximity

Sciences Po, Paris School of Economics and Université, Paris

Roman Horváth

Peer Effects in Central Banking

Institute of Economic Studies, Charles University, Prague




Session IV:

Dec 1, 10.40-12.00 (HAS office building, room 29). Chair: Károly Takács

Jaromir Kovarik,
I. Sin, S. Stillman

Brokerage in tribal networks

University of the Basque Country, Bilbao; CERGE-EI, Prague

Ágnes Lublóy,
J. L. Keresztúri, G. Benedek

Strongly Connected General Practitioners: Health and Cost Implications

Institute of Finance and Accounting, Corvinus University, Budapest

C. Georg, Michael E. Rose

Friends in Central Places

University of Cape Town

J. Glückler, Robert Panitz

A relational model of peripheral market integration in the global supply of visual content

Economic Geography Group, Institute of Geography, Heidelberg University


Poster session:
Dec 1, 17.00-18.30 (HAS main building, Felolvasóterem)

Chair: Balázs Lengyel




Eszter Bencsné Bokányi, D. Kondor, L. Dobos, T. Sebők, J. Stéger,
I. Csabai, G. Vattay

Unsupervised Twitter Analysis Reveals Dominant Language and Demographic Patterns in the United States.

Faculty of Natural Sciences, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest

H. Hanappi,
Markus Rohringer

Cooperation, Competition, and Innovation: Heterogeneous-Agents-Based modelling perspectives

Institute of Economics, University of Technology of Vienna

Judit Lilla Keresztúri,
Á. Lublóy, G. Benedek

Social network influence on new drug diffusion

Institute of Finance and Accounting, Corvinus University, Budapest

Greg Morrison,
A. Rungi, F. Pammolli

Control in ownership networks using a majority rule model

IMT Lucca Institute for Advanced Studies

Asier Murciego

Analysis of patent collaboration networks in the EU28

Universidad de Deusto, Basque Institute of Competitiveness

Giuditta De Prato,
D. Nepelski

The geography of digital innovation network in Europe: from the experience of Poles of Excellence to the exploration of different networks of actors and locations to provide quantitative evidence on specific ICT industry segments in Europe

EC’s JRC Institute for Prospective Technological Studies, Sevilla

Margherita Russo,
A. Caloffi, R. Righi, S. Righi, F. Rossi

Emerging communities in multilayers networks: analysis of a regional policy programme

University of Modena and Reggio Emilia

Balázs Sziklai

How to identify experts in a community?

Insitute of Economics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

Thomas Wouters

A distance-based segregation index

KU Leuven


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Utolsó módosítás: 2017. 04. 04.