1.
Szeidl, Ádám ; Hojman, D.
JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC THEORY 139 : 1 pp. 295-309. , 15 p. (2008)
DOI
Közlemény:2340369 Admin láttamozott Forrás Folyóiratcikk (Szakcikk ) Nyilvános idézők összesen: 45 Független: 45 Függő: 0
Folyóiratcikk/Szakcikk (Folyóiratcikk)/Tudományos[2340369] [Admin láttamozott]
Független idéző: 45, Függő idéző: 0, Nem vizsgált idéző: 0, Összes idéző: 45
  1. Hayashida T. Network Formation Analysis with General Allocation Procedures of the Link Costs. (2008) OPEN CYBERNETICS AND SYSTEMICS JOURNAL 1874-110X 2 263-268
  2. Jonkeren Olaf Erik. Adoption to Climate Change in Inland Waterway Transport. (2009)
  3. Bloch F et al. Communication networks with endogenous link strength. (2009) GAMES AND ECONOMIC BEHAVIOR 0899-8256 1090-2473 66 1 39-56
  4. Cho M. Endogenous formation of networks for local public goods. (2010) INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF GAME THEORY 0020-7276 1432-1270 39 4 529-562
  5. Skyrms Brian. Signals: Evolution, learning, and information. (2010) ISBN:9780191614903
  6. Fagiolo Giorgio et al. The evolution of the world trade web: a weighted-network analysis. (2010) JOURNAL OF EVOLUTIONARY ECONOMICS 0936-9937 1432-1386 20 4 479-514
  7. Galeotti A et al. The Law of the Few. (2010) AMERICAN ECONOMIC REVIEW 0002-8282 100 4 1468-1492
  8. Redding SJ et al. HISTORY AND INDUSTRY LOCATION: EVIDENCE FROM GERMAN AIRPORTS. (2011) REVIEW OF ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS 0034-6535 1530-9142 93 3 814-831
  9. Kets W et al. Inequality and network structure. (2011) GAMES AND ECONOMIC BEHAVIOR 0899-8256 1090-2473 73 1 215-226
  10. Billand Pascal. Nash networks with imperfect reliability and heterogeous players. (2011) INTERNATIONAL GAME THEORY REVIEW 0219-1989 1793-6675 13 02 181-194
  11. Morrill T. Network formation under negative degree-based externalities. (2011) INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF GAME THEORY 0020-7276 1432-1270 40 2 367-385
  12. Goyal Sanjeev. Social Networks in Economics. (2011) Megjelent: The SAGE Handbook of Social Network Analysis (Ed John Scott, Peter J. Carrington) pp. 67-79
  13. Billand P et al. Strict Nash networks and partner heterogeneity. (2011) INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF GAME THEORY 0020-7276 1432-1270 40 3 515-525
  14. Liang Liang. The Core–Periphery Structure of Internationalization Network in the Tourism Sector. (2011) JOURNAL OF CHINA TOURISM RESEARCH 1938-8160 1938-8179 7 3 282-293
  15. Noguera-Mendez Pedro et al. The Embeddedness of the Agro-Food System in the Spanish Interindustrial Structure. (2011) INTERNATIONAL REGIONAL SCIENCE REVIEW 0160-0176 1552-6925 34 1 34-74
  16. Plechanovova B. The EU Council enlarged: North-South-East or core-periphery?. (2011) EUROPEAN UNION POLITICS 1465-1165 1741-2757 12 1 87-106
  17. Parízek Michal. After the Enlargement: Trends and Threats in the European Union Decision-Making. (2012) PERSPECTIVES: THE CENTRAL EUROPEAN REVIEW OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS 1210-762X 1803-4551 20 1 33-57
  18. Kung FC. A spatial network approach to urban configurations. (2012) CANADIAN JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS-REVUE CANADIENNE D ECONOMIQUE 45 1 314-344
  19. Billand P et al. Directed Networks with Spillovers. (2012) JOURNAL OF PUBLIC ECONOMIC THEORY 1097-3923 1467-9779 14 6 849-878
  20. Billand P et al. Existence of Nash networks and partner heterogeneity. (2012) MATHEMATICAL SOCIAL SCIENCES 0165-4896 64 2 152-158
  21. Billand P et al. On the interaction between heterogeneity and decay in two-way flow models. (2012) THEORY AND DECISION: AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR MULTIDISCIPLINARY ADVANCES IN DECISION SCIENCE 0040-5833 1573-7187 73 4 525-538
  22. Gallo E. Small World Networks with Segregation Patterns and Brokers. (2012) REVIEW OF NETWORK ECONOMICS 2194-5993 1446-9022 11 3
  23. Goyal Sanjeev. Social Networks on the Web. (2012) Megjelent: The Oxford Handbook of the Digital Economy (Eds Martin Peitz, Joel Waldfogel) pp. 434-459
  24. Konig MD et al. The efficiency and stability of R&D networks. (2012) GAMES AND ECONOMIC BEHAVIOR 0899-8256 1090-2473 75 2 694-713
  25. Semitiel-Garcia Maria et al. The structure of inter-industry systems and the diffusion of innovations: The case of Spain. (2012) TECHNOLOGICAL FORECASTING AND SOCIAL CHANGE 0040-1625 1873-5509 79 8 1548-1567
  26. Feri Francesco et al. Coordination in evolving networks with endogenous decay. (2013) JOURNAL OF EVOLUTIONARY ECONOMICS 0936-9937 1432-1386 23 5 955-1000
  27. Breitmoser Yves et al. Efficient structure of noisy communication networks. (2013) MATHEMATICAL SOCIAL SCIENCES 0165-4896 66 3 396-409
  28. Skyrms Brian. Emergence of a Signaling Network with Probe and Adjust. (2013) Megjelent: Cooperation and Its Evolution pp. 265-274
  29. Plechanovová Běla. National Actors in the Post-Lisbon EU: Should We Expect a Change of National Strategies?. (2013) WEST EUROPEAN POLITICS 0140-2382 1743-9655 36 6 1199-1220
  30. Vandenbossche J et al. Network Formation with Heterogeneous Agents and Absolute Friction. (2013) COMPUTATIONAL ECONOMICS 0927-7099 1572-9974 42 1 23-45
  31. Cui Zhiwei et al. Stochastic stability in one-way flow networks. (2013) MATHEMATICAL SOCIAL SCIENCES 0165-4896 66 3 410-421
  32. Galeotti Andrea et al. Strategic information transmission networks. (2013) JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC THEORY 0022-0531 1095-7235 148 5 1751-1769
  33. Olaizola Norma et al. Asymmetric flow networks. (2014) EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF OPERATIONAL RESEARCH 0377-2217 1872-6860 237 2 566-579
  34. Becheru Alex. Complex Networks’ Analysis Using an Ontology-Based Approach: Initial Steps. (2014) Megjelent: Knowledge Science, Engineering and Management pp. 326-337
  35. Acemoglu Daron et al. Dynamics of information exchange in endogenous social networks. (2014) THEORETICAL ECONOMICS 1933-6837 1555-7561 9 1 41-97
  36. Hellmann Tim et al. Evolution of social networks. (2014) EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF OPERATIONAL RESEARCH 0377-2217 1872-6860 234 3 583-596
  37. Zhang Wei et al. Global core, and galaxy structure of networks. (2014) SCIENCE CHINA INFORMATION SCIENCES 1674-733X 57 7 1-20
  38. Liang Qiao et al. Governance Structure of Chinese Farmer Cooperatives: Evidence From Zhejiang Province. (2014) AGRIBUSINESS (HOBOKEN): AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 0742-4477 1520-6297 30
  39. Dev Pritha. Homophily and Community Structure in Networks. (2014) JOURNAL OF PUBLIC ECONOMIC THEORY 1097-3923 1467-9779 16
  40. Dev Pritha. Identity and fragmentation in networks. (2014) MATHEMATICAL SOCIAL SCIENCES 0165-4896 71 86-100
  41. Craig Ben et al. Interbank tiering and money center banks. (2014) JOURNAL OF FINANCIAL INTERMEDIATION 1042-9573 1096-0473 23 3 322-347
  42. De Jaegher K et al. Minimal two-way flow networks with small decay. (2014) JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC BEHAVIOR & ORGANIZATION 0167-2681 109 217-239
  43. Fatas Enrique. Public goods and decay in networks. (2014) SERIEs 5 1-18
  44. Borondo J et al. To each according to its degree: The meritocracy and topocracy of embedded markets. (2014) SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 2045-2322 4
  45. Olaizola Norma et al. Unilateral vs. Bilateral link-formation. (2015) MATHEMATICAL SOCIAL SCIENCES 0165-4896 74 13-28
2020-08-05 07:06