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Table 3 Proportions of positive and negative log growth rates of firms around a newly formed or severed link

From: The gradual evolution of buyer–seller networks and their role in aggregate fluctuations

Year Type 1st Pos 1st Neg 2nd Pos 2nd Neg 3rd Pos 3rd Neg
2004 Sever 0.558 0.423 0.576 0.421 0.565 0.432
2004 Form 0.598 0.388 0.593 0.404 0.579 0.419
2005 Sever 0.643 0.333 0.743 0.25 0.76 0.233
2005 Form 0.668 0.315 0.757 0.235 0.762 0.231
2006 Sever 0.649 0.324 0.751 0.244 0.755 0.241
2006 Form 0.666 0.316 0.75 0.245 0.757 0.238
2007 Sever 0.651 0.319 0.741 0.252 0.754 0.241
2007 Form 0.664 0.317 0.753 0.242 0.753 0.241
2008 Sever 0.577 0.396 0.736 0.258 0.766 0.229
2008 Form 0.59 0.393 0.745 0.249 0.771 0.225
2009 Sever 0.266 0.713 0.293 0.704 0.294 0.704
2009 Form 0.284 0.702 0.293 0.704 0.286 0.712
2010 Sever 0.267 0.705 0.179 0.812 0.153 0.836
2010 Form 0.297 0.687 0.178 0.813 0.159 0.832
2011 Sever 0.567 0.407 0.683 0.312 0.716 0.28
2011 Form 0.597 0.387 0.703 0.292 0.731 0.265
2012 Sever 0.549 0.416 0.563 0.427 0.568 0.423
2012 Form 0.585 0.393 0.566 0.424 0.558 0.433
  1. First-order, second-order, and third-order nodes are defined by the length of the newly formed or severed link. Bold font indicates the cases where (i) the proportion of positive log growth rate of nodes is higher for newly formed links than severed links or (ii) the proportion of negative log growth rate of nodes is higher for severed links than newly formed links in a given year