Political Networks Paper Archive

Welcome to the Political Networks (PN) paper archive. This archive is intended for use by members of the PN community as a mechanism for sharing papers and ideas that are in progress. For the time being, we request that you only submit papers that have not yet been published. More information on submission

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Submissions from 2013

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Second Street Gangs: Ad Hoc Policy Commissions in the Senate, Jennifer N. Victor, Kristen Coopie Allen, Ian Palmer Cook, and Zacharcy Auter

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Multiplex Legislative Networks and the Power of Caucuses to Alleviate Partisan Polarization, Jennifer N. Victor, Nils Ringe, and Stephen Haptonstahl

Submissions from 2009

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Expertise and Bias in Political Communication, T.K. Ahn, Robert Huckfeldt, Alexander K. Mayer, and John Barry Ryan

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Invaluable Involvement: Purposive Interest Group Networks in the 21st Century, Janet M. Box-Steffensmeier and Dino P. Christenson

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Good Edge, Bad Edge: How Network Structure Affects a Group’s Ability to Coordinate, Daniel P. Enemark, Mathew D. McCubbins, Ramamohan Paturi, and Nicholas Weller

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Causality in Political Networks, James H. Fowler, Michael T. Heaney, David W. Nickerson, John F. Padgett, and Betsy Sinclair

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An m-STAR Model of Dynamic, Endogenous Interdependence – a.k.a. Network-Behavior Coevolution – in the Social Sciences, Jude C. Hays, Aya Kachi, and Robert J. Franzese

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Healing the Rift? Social Networks and Reconciliation between Obama and Clinton Delegates in 2008, Michael Heaney, Seth Masket, Joanne Miller, and Dara Strolovich

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Human Security Networks in the Indian Ocean Tsunami, Annelies Z. Kamran

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The Response to Nuclear Proliferation, Annelies Z. Kamran

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The Lasting Effect of Civic Talk on Civic Participation: Evidence from a Panel Study, Casey A. Klofstad

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The Political Discussion Networks of Immigrants and Native Born Voters, Casey A. Klofstad and Benjamin G. Bishin

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PARTISAN WEBS: INFORMATION EXCHANGE AND PARTY NETWORKS, Gregory Koger, Seth Masket, and Hans C. Noel

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The Beltway Network: A Network Analysis of Lobbyists' Donations to Members of Congress, Gregory Koger and Jennifer N. Victor

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The Coevolution of Networks and Political Attitudes, David Lazer, Brian Rubineau, Carol Chetkovich, Nancy Katz, and Michael Neblo

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Networking the Parties: A Comparative Study of Democratic and Republican Convention Delegates in 2008, Seth E. Masket, Michael T. Heaney, Joanne M. Miller, and Dara Z. Strolovich

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527 Committees and the Political Party Network, Seth E. Masket, Richard Skinner, and David Dulio

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Social Networks and Correct Voting, Scott D. McClurg and Anand E. Sokhey

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A Social Networks Analysis of Internal Party Cleavages in Presidential Nominations, 1972-2008, Hans Noel

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Open Elite? Social Mobility, Marriage and Family in Florence, 1282-1494, John F. Padgett

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The Emergence of Large, Unitary Merchant Banks in Dugento Tuscany, John F. Padgett

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Economic Production as Chemistry II, John F. Padgett, Peter McMahan, and Xing Zhong

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Economic Credit in Renaissance Florence, John Padgett and Paul D. McLean

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Centreless governance for the management of a global R&D process: Public-Private Partnerships and Plant-Genetic Resource Management, Peter W.B. Phillips, William P. Boland, and Camille D. Ryan

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Keeping Your Friends Close and Your Enemies Closer: Information Networks in Legislative Politics, Nils Ringe, Jennifer N. Victor, and Justin H. Gross

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Who’s Leading Whom: Leadership PAC Networks through the Republican Era of Congress, Suzanne M. Robbins

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Resilience of Post-disaster Emergency Response Networks: Evacuation Response and Texas School Districts, Scott E. Robinson

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All Politics Is (Not) Local: The Structure of Lobbying in North Carolina, John C. Scott and Jeff Summerlin-Long

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The Social Utility of Informal Institutions: Caucuses as Networks in the 110th United States House of Representatives, Jennifer N. Victor and Nils Ringe

Party Polarization in Congress: A Social Networks Approach, Andrew Scott Waugh, Liuyi Pei, James H. Fowler, Peter J. Mucha, and Mason A. Porter

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Democracy by Design: The Institutionalization of Community Participation Networks in Los Angeles, Christopher Weare

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Explaining Facebook Support in the 2008 Congressional Election Cycle, Christine B. Williams and Girsh J. "Jeff" Gulati