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Dominik Hartmann
Dominik Hartmann
Federal University of Santa Catarina (UFSC), Department of Economics and International Relations
Verified email at ufsc.br
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Linking economic complexity, institutions and income inequality
D Hartmann, MR Guevara, C Jara-Figueroa, M Aristarán, CA Hidalgo
World Development, 2017
5712017
Economic complexity and human development: how economic diversification and social networks affect human agency and welfare
D Hartmann
Routledge Studies in Development Economics, 2014
1062014
Shooting low or high: do countries benefit from entering unrelated activities?
FL Pinheiro, A Alshamsi, D Hartmann, R Boschma, C Hidalgo
Papers in Evolutionary Economic Geography 18 (07), 2018
93*2018
The Research Space: using the career paths of scholars to predict the evolution of the research output of individuals, institutions, and nations
M Guevara, D Hartmann, M Aristaran, M Mendoza, C Hidalgo
Scientometrics 109 (3), 1695–1709, 2016
882016
The structural constraints of income inequality in Latin America
D Hartmann, C Jara-Figueroa, M Guevara, A Simoes, C Hidalgo
Integration & Trade Journal, p.70-85, 2016
602016
International trade, development traps, and the core-periphery structure of income inequality
D Hartmann, M Bezerra, B Lodolo, FL Pinheiro
EconomiA, 2019
522019
diverse: an R Package to Analyze Diversity in Complex Systems
MR Guevara, D Hartmann, M Mendoza
The R Journal 8 (2), 60-78, 2016
412016
Linking economic complexity, diversification, and industrial policy with sustainable development: A structured literature review
D Ferraz, FPS Falguera, EB Mariano, D Hartmann
Sustainability 13 (3), 1265, 2021
222021
The time and frequency of unrelated diversification
FL Pinheiro, D Hartmann, R Boschma, CA Hidalgo
Research Policy, 104323, 2021
202021
Linking Human Development and the Financial Responsibility of Regions: Combined Index Proposals Using Methods from Data Envelopment Analysis
D Ferraz, EB Mariano, D Rebelatto, D Hartmann
Social Indicators Research, 2020
192020
Why did some countries catch-up, while others got stuck in the middle? Stages of productive sophistication and smart industrial policies
D Hartmann, L Zagato, P Gala, FL Pinheiro
Structural Change and Economic Dynamics, 2021
182021
Applying comprehensive neo-schumpeterian economics to Latin American economies
D Hartmann, A Pyka, H Hanusch
Structural Change and Economic Dynamics 21 (1), 70-83, 2010
162010
Identifying smart strategies for economic diversification and inclusive growth in developing economies. The case of Paraguay
D Hartmann, M Bezerra, FL Pinheiro
SSRN.3346790, https://ssrn.com/abstract=3346790, 2019
15*2019
Innovation, economic diversification and human development
D Hartmann, A Pyka
FZID Discussion Papers, 2013
152013
Sen meets Schumpeter: introducing structural and dynamic elements into the human capability approach
D Hartmann
FZID Discussion Papers, 2012
15*2012
Intermediate Levels of Network Heterogeneity Provide the Best Evolutionary Outcomes
F Pinheiro, D Hartmann
Scientific Reports 7, 15242, 2017
132017
Understanding the Lisbon Strategy and policies from a Neo-Schumpeterian point of view
D Hartmann
Revista Universitaria Europea 7, 15-40, 2007
122007
Measuring social capital and innovation in poor agricultural communities: the case of Cháparra, Peru
D Hartmann, A Arata
FZID Discussion Paper, 2011
102011
Local labor markets and higher education mismatch. What is the role of public and private institutions?
EA Ortiz, M Kaltenberg, C Jara-Figueroa, I Bornacelly, D Hartmann
IDB WORKING PAPER SERIES 1115, 2020
92020
The economic diversification and innovation system of Turkey from a global comparative perspective
D Hartmann
International Innovation Networks and Knowledge Migration, 53-71, 2016
9*2016
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