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Who Says Networks, Says Oligarchy? Oligarchies as “Rich Club” Networks

circle. We treat oligarchy as a global property of social networks and offer an approach for measuring the oligarchical tendencies of any social network. Our main contribution is to operationalize this idea using a “rich club” approach. We demonstrate the efficacy of this approach by analyzing and comparing several urban networks: Sao Paulo urban infrastructure networks and Los Angeles and Chicago transportation policy networks.

Christopher Ansell, Renata Bichir, Shi Zhou

Connections , ISSUE 1, 20–32

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