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More on Core and Periphery

Maps like this make visualizing the core-periphery problems in the eurozone pretty fun. The problem is, while this map (accessible here) is sweet for understanding certain regional trends, it’s counter-productive in many other ways – it leads you to see … Continue reading

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Looking at Maps Differently

These maps have been around for a while but it’s still really interesting to see the distribution of the world’s wealth measured by GDP per capita. Basically a region’s wealth correlated with it’s population until the Industrial Revolution when Europe … Continue reading

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