April 11-14, 2017
Network Analysis Section of the
XVIII APRIL INTERNATIONAL ACADEMIC CONFERENCE ON ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
This year, the Conference will feature a new session dedicated to Network Analysis. It will address theoretical and empirical studies from a broad range of disciplines, relying on network theory or related analysis methods.
Studies from all disciplines are welcome.
The session’s working language is English.
May 30 - June 4, 2017
“SNA in Russia: Progress and Prospects” at the
XXXVII SUNBELT Conference
We welcome submissions drawing attention to network research trends currently developing in Russia or on Russian data (or data from BRICS and other developing countries). Because Russian social scientists have had little interaction with the rest of the world for an extended period of time in the 20th century, there has been very little integration of studies done in Russia with those done elsewhere. The potential for additional theory testing and development on data collected in Russia as a developing country has broader implications in a variety of fields; there is potential to test, extend or challenge western theories in all disciplines from sociology to political science to human resources management. We welcome submissions from a broad range of disciplines interested in Russian data, or comparative studies with Russia as a developing country, against the backdrop of similar studies in western world.
Submission deadline - January 10, 2017
April 19-22, 2016
“Applied Network Analysis: Models and Applications” at the
XVII April International Academic Conference
On April 20 within the XVII April International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development the Laboratory for Applied Network Research has held a section “Applied Network Analysis: Models and Applications”.
At the section the Lab`s Academic Supervisor Stanley Wasserman had an honorary lecture “Network Research in Russia: Progress and Prospects”, and the Lab`s members presented their projects.
The Laboratory members took part in SUNBELT-2016 Conference of the International Network for Social Network Analysis (INSNA), which was held on April 5-10 in Newport Beach (CA, USA).
At the conference the Laboratory held its own section “SNA in Russia: Progress and Prospects”, which was organized by the Lab`s Head Valentina Kuskova. During this section employees of the ANR-Lab made the presentations based on the results of their projects.
Besides that, the Lab`s Deputy Head Olga Mayorova chaired a section “Social Networks and Migration”, where she presented the paper «Geography, Gendered Networks and Well-Being: The Case of Forced Migrants in Georgia» (with Beth Mitchneck).
“SNA in Russia: Progress and Prospects” Section of the
June 23 – June 28, 2015
XXXV Sunbelt Conference of the International Network for Social Network Analysis (INSNA)
The ANR-Lab staff attended the XXXV Sunbelt Conference of the International Network for Social Network Analysis (INSNA).
The Sunbelt anniversary conference was attended by 18 members of the Laboratory. They presented the results of their research projects, many of which were introduced at a special section organized by the Laboratory "Network analysis in Russia: Progress and Prospects". In addition to oral presentation sections, the conference program included educational workshops and a poster session.
The NRU HSE International Laboratory for Applied Network Research is pleased to announce a call for papers for its First International Conference on Social Network Analysis, on November 20-21, 2014, in Moscow, Russia. The conference is organized in cooperation with the NRU HSE Faculty of Management, as part of its 7th Annual Conference "Contemporary Problems in Management: Exploring the Boundaries". Though held as part of the management conference, the Social Network Analysis section is a stand-alone conference, and we welcome works from a variety of disciplines, with only the methodology of network analysis as the uniting common theme.
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