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Following the financial crisis of 2007-2008, a deep analogy between the origins of instability in financial systems and complex ecosystems has been pointed out: in both cases, topological features of network structures influence how easily distress can spread within the system. However, in financial network models, the details of how financial institutions interact typically play a decisive role, and a general understanding of precisely how network topology creates instability remains lacking.doi:10.1038/ncomms14416 pmid:28221338 pmcid:PMC5321761 fatcat:adb7y6tdkrbnbg2jfqpocxgnee