Victor Nee and Yang Cao’s paper "Market Transition and the Firm: Institutional Change and Income Inequality in Urban China” won the Best Paper on Theory of Management Award from the International Association of Chinese Management Research.
The Handbook of Rational Choice Social Research, (Stanford University Press, 2013) co-edited by Victor Nee, Rafael Wittek and Tom Snijders, is co-winner of the 2014 James S. Coleman Best Book Award of the ASA’s Rationality and Society Section.
Matthew E. Brashears was awarded a two-year extension to his Defense Threat Reduction Agency-sponsored research on terrorist networks. The extension, worth $629,020, brings the total value of the grant to $1.4 million.
Milena Tsvetkova and Michael Macy published an Op Ed about their research into contagious reciprocity in the Sunday, March 16th edition of the New York Times, as well as being featured in Inc Magazine and on Wisconsin Public Radio.
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Cooperative Networks: Altruism, Group Solidarity, Reciprocity, and Sanctioning in Ugandan Producer Organizations
Associate Professor of Sociology, NYU
Uris Hall, Rm. 302
May 9th, 3:30-5:00