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The Network of Global Corporate Control

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This chapter is based on the paper (Vitali et al 2011) and partly on (Vitali 2010). The copyright of some of the images belongs to PLoS ONE. Note that in order to make the chapter self-consistent and self-supporting, some redundancies with Chaps. 1 and 2 are taken into account.

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