Alan Griffith is an applied microeconomist and member of the faculty of the Department of Economics at the University of Washington. His fields of interest include development economics, econometrics, industrial organisation, and social networks.
The structure of firm networks matters. Given a certain network structure, it influences the amount of value created in an economy and determines an economy’s resilience to shocks. However, the structure is also likely to be endogenous to economic policy decisions. As such, it is difficult to disentangle the causal effect of a given network and the formation of that...
4 Dec 2019 | Miguel Almunia, Jonas Hjort, Lin Tian, Alan Griffith
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