Social Networks and Political Interdependence


Theory of and empirical support for importance of networks and interdependent behavior in political and social processes. Methodology covered includes tools for empirical analysis of relational data as well as game theoretic and computational/behavioral modeling approaches to analyzing role of network structure. Substantive ties to literatures in political science, economics, and sociology. Instructor: Siegel
Curriculum Codes
  • R
  • QS
  • SS
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