“SNA in Russia: Progress and Prospects”
International Laboratory for Applied Network Research has held a section “SNA in Russia: Progress and Prospects” at SUNBELT-2016 Conference
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 following presentations based on the results of their projects:
- Aleksandr Semenov, Igor Zakhlebin and Alexander Tolmach - Diffusion and Discussion Networks On Twitter: The Case of Protest Meetings in Russia
- Alina Vladimirova and Valentina Kuskova - Quantifying Political Power: Applied Network Research Approach
- Antonina Milekhina - Social Network Analysis Approach to Team Sports: Centrality Tendencies of Best Teams Based On Player Selection
- Benjamin Lind and Stanislav Moiseev - Subnetworks and Music Scenes: An Application of Generalized Two Mode Cores
- Daria Maltseva - Network Studies in Russia: The Structure of A Scientific Community
- Elena Artyukhova and Olga Mayorova - Changing Role of Personal Ties in Russian Labour Market
- George Beknazar-Yuzbashev and Yana Maria Priestley - Anonymity and Social Image in Ultimatum and Dictator Games
- Igor Sloev and Elena Artyukhova - Cross-Buying Customer Behavior in Internet Shopping in Russia from The Network Perspective
- Igor Zakhlebin and Aleksandr Semenov - Latent Space Model for Community Detection Based On Information Cascades
- Ivan Kuznetsov - The Co-Evolution of Work-Related Advice and Voice Networks
- Liudmila Petrova, Valentina Kuskova and George Beknazar-Yuzbashev - Overcoming Entrepreneurial Project Failure: Social Networks Influence
- Stanislav Moiseev and Benjamin Lind - Competitive Cultural Market: Collaborative Networks in Jazz and Metal
- Yana Maria Priestley and George Beknazar Yuzbashev - Political Attitudes Stability among Students: Social Network Approach
- Yulia Wasserman and Valentina Kuskova - The International Trade Network: Sanctions Performing as a Strength Test of Economic Ties
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).
During the conference the Lab members had a series of meetings with Laboratory Academic Supervisor Stanley Wasserman.