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Doug (talk) 06:32, 6 February 2013 (PST) Douglas White,

RePEc Author Service Douglas R. White (pwh37)

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IDEAS has a new feature: MyIDEAS is your personal space on IDEAS where you can follow authors, journals, series and JEL codes. You can also save references, organize them into folders and export them in various formats. --> Douglas R. White

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Your profile currently contains 7 items, among them 3 papers, 4 articles. Below are some traffic statistics for all these items, as provided by LogEc. More details for each of your works are available directly at

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Last month 10 2 Previous month 15 2 Last 3 months 37 5 Last 12 months 139 22 Since start 1408 231

We have found the following citations to your works during the last month:

- James Moody & Douglas R. White, 2000. "Structural Cohesion and Embeddedness: A Hierarchical Conception of Social Groups," Working Papers 00-08-049, Santa Fe Institute.

cited in:

    • - Geys, Benny, 2012.

"Association membership and generalised trust: Are connections between associations losing their value?," Discussion Papers, Research Professorship & Project "The Future of Fiscal Federalism" SP II 2012-101, Social Science Research Center Berlin (WZB).

    • - Fernando Rajulton & Zenaida Ravanera & Roderic Beaujot, 2007.

"Measuring Social Cohesion: An Experiment using the Canadian National Survey of Giving, Volunteering, and Participating," Social Indicators Research, Springer, vol. 80(3), pages 461-492, February.

    • - Krishnan, Pramila & Sciubba, Emanuela, 2008.

"Links and Architecture in Village Networks," CEPR Discussion Papers 6787, C.E.P.R. Discussion Papers.

    • - R. Quentin Grafton & Stephen Knowles & P. Dorian Owen, 2002.

"Social Divergence and Productivity: Making a Connection," The Review of Economic Performance and Social Progress,

in: Andrew Sharpe, Executive Director & France St-Hilaire, Vice-President , Research & Keith Banting, Di (ed.), The Review of Economic Performance and Social Progress 2002: Towards a Social Understanding of Productivity, volume 2 Centre for the Study of Living Standards & The Institutute for Research on Public Policy.

    • - Arora, Saurabh & Sanditov, Bulat, 2009.

"Caste as Community? Networks of social affinity in a South Indian village," UNU-MERIT Working Paper Series 037, United Nations University, Maastricht Economic and social Research and training centre on Innovation and Technology.

- Frank Schweitzer & Giorgio Fagiolo & Didier Sornette & Fernando Vega-Redondo & Douglas R. White, . "Economic Networks: What do we know and what do we need to know?," Working Papers CCSS-09-010, ETH Zurich, Chair of Systems Design.

cited in:

    • - Andrey Sokolov & Rachel Webster & Andrew Melatos & Tien Kieu, 2012.

"Loan and nonloan flows in the Australian interbank network," Papers 1202.3182,

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