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Information, Interdependence, and Interaction: Where Does the Volatility Come From?

The model analyzes the interactive behavior of  agents who chose their individual action, a, based on their private preference, θ, and the average action of the other agents, A: a = (1-r)θ +rA We...

Social Networks Can Be Used to Increase Human Cooperation

The Conundrum of Cooperative Behavior Cooperation is central to the success of human societies and it is widespread, but social and biological scientists have long pondered how it can persist in the...

Networks Can Explain Who Profits and How Industries Survive

Social relationships influence individuals’ and organizations’ access to information and resources. The patterns of relationships connecting actors therefore can help to explain both who profits and...

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