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Plenary Poster Presentations (by last name)

Gravity's Rainbow: the perils of p-values in bilateral models of international commerce
John Ahlquist
University of California, Los Angeles, jahlquist@irle.ucla.edu
Co-Author: Michael D. Ward, University of Washington

The Trust Network: Social Distance, Cost, and Trade
Jeffrey Carnegie
New York University, jac724@nyu.edu

Social Network Structure and Political Mobilization
Kevin Collins
Princeton University, kwcollin@princeton.edu

Policy goals, policy positions and the outcomes of dynamic policy networks
Adrie Dassen
Center for Higher Education Policy Studies (CHEPS) - University of Twente, a.dassen@utwente.nl

Application of Social Network Analysis Approach on Terrorist Networks: ETO Case
Fatih Demiroz
University of Central Florida, fdemiroz@mail.ucf.edu

Protecting the "duality of persons and groups": A Two-Mode Analysis of Nonprofits in the Power Elite
Scott Dolan
University at Albany, SUNY, sd0714@albany.edu

Constraint and communication in networked coordination games
Daniel Enemark
University of California, San Diego, denemark@ucsd.edu
Co-Authors: Mathew McCubbins, University of California, San Diego; Ramamohan Paturi, University of California, San Diego; Nicholas Weller, University of Southern California

At the Edge of Liberty: Proximity and Diffusion in the Human Rights Space
Christopher Fariss
University of California, San Diego, cjf0006@gmail.com
Co-Author: Keith Schnakenberg, San Diego State University

Has Barack Obama Read Ron Burt?
Stephen Garcia
Philosophy IB, sgarcia@philosophyib.com
Co-Authors: D. Linda Garcia, Georgetown University; Lauren Alfrey, Georgetown University

Why did they march? Networks, beliefs and policy change.
John Gasper
University of Pennsylvania, jtgasper@gmail.com
Co-Author: Cristina Bicchieri, University of Pennsylvania

Status Signals and Network Ties of First-Term Members of Congress
Scott Golder
Cornell University, sag262@cornell.edu

How Do Organizations Choose Their Forms of Participation?: Civil Society Behavior in the European Climate Change Network
Jennifer Hadden
Cornell University, jlh242@cornell.edu

Evolution of NVOAD Disaster Response Network: From Federal Response to National Response Framework
Zafar Hasanov
University of Central Florida, zafar_hasanov@yahoo.com

Partisan Polarization and Abortion Debate: Social Network Analysis of Ideational Structure
Rentaro Iida
Georgetown University, ri34@georgetown.edu

Patterns of Political Participation: An Entailment Analysis
Lorien Jasny
University of California, Irvine, ljasny@uci.edu

Network Dynamics in Congressional Coalition Building
Alexander Jerneck
University of Pennsylvania, ajerneck@sas.upenn.edu

The Impact of European Union Pressure on Immigration and Asylum Policies in Romania: a Structural Account of the Decision-Making Process
Flavia Raluca Jurje
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, flavia.jurje@eup.gess.ethz.ch

Why do Assembly members change their opinions in voting?: The effect of political network constraints in voting behavior
Lanu Kim
Seoul National University, lanukim7@gmail.com

Congressional Co-sponsorships Reconsidered: New Evidence from the U.S. House of Representatives
Vladimir Kogan
University of California, San Diego, vkogan@ucsd.edu
Co-Authors: Craig Burnett, University of California, San Diego; Hans Hassell, University of California, San Diego; Andrew Scott Waugh, University of California, San Diego

Moral Disagreement and Political Tolerance
Carrie Konold
University of Michigan, ckonold@umich.edu

Coping with media abundance: A network analytic approach to understanding repertoires of news and partisan media use across TV and the Internet
Thomas Ksiazek
Northwestern University, tom.ksiazek@u.northwestern.edu

Using Citation Analysis to Improve Theory in Public Administration
Jesse Lecy
Syracuse University, jdlecy@syr.edu
Co-Authors: Ines Mergel, Syracuse University; Hans Peter Schmitz, Syracuse University

Leading Shareholder Activists' Networks: Mobilizing Strategies in Social Movements
Jegoo Lee
Boston College, jegoo.lee@bc.edu

Competitors, Collaborators, and Interlocal Collaboration: Quadratic Assignment Procedure (QAP) Analysis in Orlando Metropolitan Area
In Won Lee
Florida State University, iwl04@fsu.edu
Co-Author: Richard C. Feiock, Florida State University

Strategic Collaboration among Public, Private, and Nonprofit Organizations for Tampa Economic Development
Youngmi Lee
Florida State University, yl06e@fsu.edu
Co-Author: Richard C. Feiock, Florida State University

Collaboration through a Network: Centrality and Homophily in the C40 Cities Climate Change Leadership Group
Taedong Lee
University of Washington, taedong2@u.washington.edu

The analysis of political discourse networks
Philip Leifeld
Max Planck Institute, Leifeld@coll.mpg.de

Policy beliefs, participatory processes, and the interactions of stakeholders
Jewlya Lynn
University of Colorado at Denver, Jewlya@csi-policy.org

Modeling Political Diffusion Phenomena Using Reality Mining
Anmol Madan
MIT Media Lab, anmol@mit.edu
Co-Authors: David Lazer, Harvard University; Alex (Sandy) Pentland, MIT Media Lab

The future of global finance: a network perspective
Raffaele Mauro
Bocconi University, raffa.mauro@gmail.com
Co-Author: Alessandro Aresu, Università Vita-Salute San Raffaele

U.S. Supreme Court Amicus Briefs Filed by Attorneys General: A Network Connection?
Maureen Mohan
Southern Illinois University, MaureenEMohan@gmail.com

Won't you Join Us? A Social Networks Analysis of Expansion of Militarised Interstate Disputes
Shweta Moorthy
University of Illinois, smoorth2@illinois.edu

Social Networks within Policy Networks: The Case of Maine's Climate Change Action Plan
Teague Morris
University of Southern Maine, tmorris@fairpoint.net

The Ties that Bind: A Network Analysis of Human Rights INGOs
Amanda Murdie
Emory University, amurdie@emory.edu
Co-Authors: David R. Davis, Emory University; David V. Brewington, Emory University

The evolving party network
Jukka-Pekka Onnela
Harvard University, jp_onnela@hks.harvard.edu
Co-Author: David Lazer, Harvard University

Knowledge Diffusion and Fragmentation in Political Science Research Networks
Bulent Ozel
Istanbul Bilgi University, bulento@bilgi.edu.tr
Co-Author: Beyza Oba, Istanbul Bilgi University

Towards a New Transatlantic Partnership: Science, Society, Governance, and the Power of Networks in Creating Synergistic Linkages
Gabriella Paar-Jakli
Kent State University, gjakli@kent.edu

Public-private partnerships in the global agri-food system
Peter W. B. Phillips
University of Saskatchewan, pwp392@mail.usask.ca
Co-Authors: Bill Boland, University of Saskatchewan; Camille D. Ryan, University of Saskatchewan

The Use of Social Network Analysis to Study the Impact of Service Learning on Building Civic Engagement
Rakhi Poonia
Rutgers University, rakhip@pegasus.rutgers.edu

Networking Practices for the Provision of Affordable Housing in Phoenix
Edgar Ramirez de la Cruz
Arizona State, Edgar.Ramirezdelacruz@asu.edu

The Social Basis of Legislative Organization
Jon Rogowski
University of Chicago, jrogowski@uchicago.edu
Co-Authors: Betsy Sinclair, University of Chicago; James Fowler, University of California, San Diego

Systems of Belief as Networks
Alexander Ruiz Euler
University of California, San Diego, rruizeuler@ucsd.edu

The Influence of School and Peer Networks on Social Integration and Political Behavior
Jaime Settle
University of California, San Diego, jsettle@ucsd.edu

Deliberative Diffusion: Spillover Effects of Citizen-Representative Discussion
Anand Sokhey
Ohio State University, sokhey.2@osu.edu
Co-Authors: David Lazer, Harvard University; Michael Neblo, Ohio State University; Kevin Esterling, University of California, Riverside

Measuring Social Networks: Experimentation in Name Generation
Anand Sokhey
Ohio State University, sokhey.2@osu.edu
Co-Authors: Paul Djupe, Denison University

Informed Decisions and War
Wayne Thornton
Harvard University, thornton@fas.harvard.edu

My Brother's Keeper: The Impact of Third-Party Sanctioning on Social Network Dynamics
Magnus Torfason
Columbia University, mtt2108@columbia.edu

Why do transnational NGOs network? Exploring the role of formal and informal relationships
Lorena Viñuela
Syracuse University, iamergel@maxwell.syr.edu

Modeling Social Interaction and Collaboration among Graduate Students
Ranran Wang
University of Washington, ranranw@u.washington.edu
Co-Authors: James A. Kitts, Columbia University; Mark S. Handcock, University of Washington

Please note that this preliminary program is subject to change.


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