Introduction to the Handbook Yann Bramoullé, Andrea Galeotti, Brian Rogers -- The Past and Future of Network Analysis in Economics / Matthew Jackson -- Networks in Economics / Sanjeev Goyal -- Networks / Alan Kirman -- Network formation games / Vincent Vannetelbosch, Ana Mauleon -- Stochastic Network Formation and Homophily / Paolo Pin, Brian Rogers -- Links and Actions in Interplay / Fernando Vega-Redondo -- Games Played on Networks / Yann Bramoullé, Rachel Kranton -- Repeated games and networks / Francesco Nava -- Diffusion in Networks / PJ Lamberson -- Learning in Social Networks / Ben Golub, Evan Sadler -- Conflict and Networks / Sanjeev Goyal, Adrien Vigier, Marcin Dziubinski -- Key players / Yves Zenou -- Models of Bilateral Trade in Networks / Mihai Manea -- Strategic Models of Intermediation Networks / Andrea Galeotti, Daniele Condorelli -- Networks, Shocks, and Systemic Risk / Daron Acemoglu, Asu Ozdaglar, Alireza Tahbaz-Salehi -- Financial Contagion in Networks / Antonio Cabrales, Douglas Gale, Piero Gottardi -- Networks in International Trade / Thomas Chaney -- Small-World Networks / Duncan Watts -- Econometrics of Network Formation / Arun Chandrasekhar -- Some Challenges in the Empirics of the Effects of Networks / Bernard Fortin, Vincent Boucher -- Networked Experiments / Sinan Aral -- Field Experiments, Social Networks, and Development / Emily Breza -- Networks in the Laboratory / Syngjoo Choi, Shachar Kariv, Edoardo Gallo -- Informal Transfers in Social Networks / Markus Mobius, Tanya Rosenblat -- Community Networks and Migration / Kaivan Munshi -- Social Networks and the Labor Market / Lori Beaman -- Attention in Organizations / Andrea Prat, Wouter Dessein -- Targeting and Pricing in Social Networks / Francis Bloch -- Managing Social Interactions / Dina Mayzlin -- Economic Features of the Internet and Network Neutrality / Nick Economides.
'The Oxford Handbook of the Economics of Networks' represents the frontier of research into how and why networks they form, how they influence behavior, how they help govern outcomes in an interactive world, and how they shape collective decision making, opinion formation, and diffusion dynamics. From a methodological perspective, the authors devote attention to theory, field experiments, laboratory experiments, and econometrics. Theoretical work in network formation, games played on networks, repeated games, and the interaction between linking and behavior are synthesized. A number of chapters are devoted to studying social processes mediated by networks.
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