Douglas R. White articles on World system

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White et al.

WORLD TRADING NETWORKS: regular role equivalence, network theory of mobility, flow centrality, generalized blockmodeling
  1. 1992 Structure and Dynamics of the Global Economy: Network Analysis of International Trade 1965-1980. (D. Smith & drw) Social Forces 70:857-894.http://eclectic.ss.uci.edu/~drwhite/pw/GlobalEcon1992.pdf summary: http://eclectic.ss.uci.edu/~drwhite/WorldTrade/Cray.pdf
  2. 2007 Role Models for Complex Networks, (Jörg Reichardt, drw). European Physical Journal B 60: 217-224. http://intersci.ss.uci.edu/wiki/pw/ReichardtWhite.pdf http://arxiv.org/abs/0708.0958 http://eclectic.ss.uci.edu/~drwhite/pub/RW_6Page_JournalFormat.pdf Selected for Europhysics News 39(1):11 2008 "Highlights"
  3. 2008 World trade paper draft 2008 Changes in the Economic Role Structure of Internationa Trade: 1965 - 1970 - 1980 - 2000. (Jörg Reichardt, drw)
    DYNAMICAL COMPLEXITY: HISTORICAL AND URBAN
  4. 2007 Oscillatory dynamics of city-size distributions in world historical systems. (drw, L. Tambayong, and N. Kejžar). In, G. Modelski, T. Devezas and W. Thompson, eds. Globalization as Evolutionary Process: Modeling, Simulating, and Forecasting Global Change. London: Routledge. http://intersci.ss.uci.edu/wiki/pw/ModelskiCh9WTK.pdf
  5. 2007 City Growth and City System Dynamics: vulnerability and resilience. (drw and Laurent Tambayong). For submission to Nature. (Second part only, very preliminary, not for citation: http://intersci.ss.uci.edu/wiki/pw/NEWnatureJune172007.pdf)
  6. 1991 World-System and Regional Linkages as Causally Implicated in Local Level Conflicts at the Ethnographic Horizon. Zeitschrift fur Ethnologie 115:111-37. http://eclectic.ss.uci.edu/~drwhite/pub/Zeitschrift.pdf
    NETWORKS AND INDUSTRY: structural cohesion, tie-generation dynamics, organizational and field dynamics, complex networks social circles model, parameterized simulation of feedback networks
  7. 2005 Network Dynamics and Field Evolution: The Growth of Interorganizational Collaboration in the Life Sciences. (W. W. Powell, drw, K. W. Koput & J. Owen-Smith) American Journal of Sociology 110(4):901-975. Viviana Zelizer Best Paper in Economic Sociology Award (2005-2006), American Sociological Association. http://www.journals.uchicago.edu/doi/abs/10.1086/421508 See also Powell et al. http://www.chicagogsb.edu/socialorg/docs/Powell-publicscience.pdf
  8. 2004 Networks, Fields and Organizations: Micro-dynamics, scale and cohesive embeddings (drw, W. W. Powell, J. Owen-Smith. J. Moody) Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory 10(1):95-117. http://repositories.cdlib.org/postprints/10/ http://tinyurl.com/39f5a8 http://www.stanford.edu/group/song/woody_images.html
  9. 2007 Network Structures in Industrial Pricing: The Effect of Emergent Roles in Tokyo Supplier-Chain Hierarchies. Structure and Dynamics 2(3): 23pp. Tsutomu Nakano and Douglas R. White http://repositories.cdlib.org/imbs/socdyn/sdeas/vol2/iss3/

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TW

This is wonderful. It fits what I am working on. You have C, SP, and P countries identified. I have worked exclusively with Mexico and only incidently with other countries. I wonder what you base your plotting of each nation. There is also movement through time up and down the C-SP-P scale. I show some of this for Mexico. Also, get this--in looking at Tarahumara forestry I suggested the concept of the periphery of the periphery to explain the place of the Tarahumara in the periphery of the Chihuahua economy (Weaver 1996). From this I hypothesized that the C-SP-P is replicated at each level in terms of ethnic or class divisions.

DW

For a brief view see the "Highlights" from above and also the Cray supercomputer summary from above which gives the earlier methodology.