@incollection{Battiston2009,
author = "Koenig, Michael D and Battiston, Stefano",
chapter = "From Graph",
publisher = "Springer",
doi = "10.1007/978-3-540-68409-1\_2",
title = "From Graph Theory to Models of Economic Networks. A Tutorial",
url = "http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007\%2F978-3-540-68409-1\_2",
abstract = "Networks play an important role in a wide range of economic phenomena. Despite this fact, standard economic theory rarely considers economic networks explicitly in its analysis. However, a major innovation in economic theory has been the use of methods stemming from graph theory to describe and study relations between economic agents in networks. This recent development has lead to a fast increase in theoretical research on economic networks. In this tutorial, we introduce the reader to some basic concepts used in a wide range of models of economic networks.",
mendeleytags = "Econ-Networks,PRJ\_(F)FC,PRJ\_(O)TC,SG-Publication,TOP\_(S)YSRISC",
volume = "613",
year = "2009",
keywords = "Econ-Networks,PRJ\_(F)FC,PRJ\_(O)TC,SG-Publication,TOP\_(S)YSRISC,agent-based modeling,economics,graph theory,innovation,networks",
booktitle = "Networks, Topology and Dynamics: Theory and Applications to Economics and Social Systems",
pages = "23"
}