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Christophe Schinckus

Bio: Christophe Schinckus is an academic researcher from Taylors University. The author has contributed to research in topics: Econophysics & Statistical finance. The author has an hindex of 23, co-authored 128 publications receiving 1541 citations. Previous affiliations of Christophe Schinckus include University of Paris & RMIT International University.


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TL;DR: In this paper, the authors present some of the achievements of econophysics and sociophysics which appear to us the most significant and briefly explain what their roles are in building the econo- and sociaophysics research fields.
Abstract: In this review article we present some of achievements of econophysics and sociophysics which appear to us the most significant. We briefly explain what their roles are in building of econo- and sociophysics research fields. We point to milestones of econophysics and sociophysics facing to challenges and open problems.

102 citations

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TL;DR: In this article, the authors investigated the impacts of domestic economic policy uncertainty and the World Uncertainty (WUI) on net foreign direct investment inflows (FDI) for 21 economies over the period 2003-2013.

87 citations

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TL;DR: In this article, the effects of institutional quality, trade openness, and FDI flows on innovation in 84 countries for the period between 1996 and 2014 were examined using GMM estimators for unbalanced panel data.

69 citations

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TL;DR: In this article, the authors examined the influence of economic complexity on natural resources rents and found that the economic complexity has a light impact on total natural resource rents in low and upper-middle income economies.

64 citations

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TL;DR: In this article, the authors analyze the progressive institutionalization of econophysics using bibliometric methods to identify core authors as well as the structure of the disciplines with which econopysics is closely related.
Abstract: Econophysics presents itself as a new paradigm and a new specialty (or even a discipline) using various models and concepts imported from condensed matter and statistical physics to analyze economic and financial phenomena. Given that econophysics is based on different fundamental assumptions from those of mainstream economics, the disciplinary position of econophysics is not so clear. In this perspective, this paper will analyze the progressive institutionalization of econophysics using bibliometric methods to identify core authors as well as the structure of the disciplines with which econophysics is closely related.

63 citations


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01 Jan 2002
TL;DR: This article investigated whether income inequality affects subsequent growth in a cross-country sample for 1965-90, using the models of Barro (1997), Bleaney and Nishiyama (2002) and Sachs and Warner (1997) with negative results.
Abstract: We investigate whether income inequality affects subsequent growth in a cross-country sample for 1965-90, using the models of Barro (1997), Bleaney and Nishiyama (2002) and Sachs and Warner (1997), with negative results. We then investigate the evolution of income inequality over the same period and its correlation with growth. The dominating feature is inequality convergence across countries. This convergence has been significantly faster amongst developed countries. Growth does not appear to influence the evolution of inequality over time. Outline

3,770 citations