The course of 18 months this explains ow fast and wide a sexual disease can spread even though individuals aren t sleeping with a lot of people but they are part of the big network of course this is only a study done in one Afgantsy high school but it s about the basic principle interesting excours about the plague in the middle ages Chapter 5 Homophily Houses DividedHomophily you like people that are the same as you and are likely to spend time with them marry them and befriend them gender race income In an americanigh school friendships are than 15 times likely between the same race than across race In a study 60 % of Women named a Woman their closest friend and 90 % of Men named a Man their closest friendChapter 6 Immobility and Ineuality There are Income differences between students who studied the same at the same college because of social connections of the parents even low paid side jobs eg in a bakery or recycling Distant Early Warning (Star Trek (Star Trek: S.C.E., hire almost entirely by word of mouth because of bad expieriences with random people from the street This is true for where I live you re very likely to get your side jobstudent job because one of your friends or siblings work there or because your neighbour knows someone there etc at least thats true for all of my previous jobs and my friends jobs 50 75 % to jobs are found trough contacs like it or not your fate is closely connected to that of your friends If they are well situated they canelp you small acuaintances also count the person who sat next to you in istory class could be the person you bump into on the street and puts you in touch with your new employer when they ear you are between jobs only 16 of jobs found through contacts come from strong ties the rest from medium or weak tiesAll in all an interesting book a bit repetitive towards the end but that s often the case with non fiction This was a very informative book Detailed enough to really get into the subject and short enough not to be daunting It s not a light reading but it definitely is worth a read This is the first book I The Cronos Complex I have read that was written by an economist at least knowingly Howave I managed to get this far in life without knowing ow broad and interesting a subject economics is There are numerous examples of societal conditions such as segregation financial immobility and polarization that I ave witnessed without an appreciation Maid of Dishonor (The Wedding Season, how predictable the behaviors and situations are given certain circumstances With this knowledge we may seek out solutions to combat these injustices Theopeful concepts of the book we Dem Nordpol am nächsten have less poverty and less wars globallyThe truth of the book our families are fragmented geographicallyThe new wordomophily something to be aware of and careful about It means the tendency to gravitate to like peopleThe interesting thing Connections for the most part are Heart Beat hugely beneficial Keep making them The book is a description ofow The Site Book human network patterns determine our power opinions opportunities behaviors and accomplishments Emphasising on well connectedness the author is giving you a notionow you found yourself in the place you re currently in due to networks you The Devils Possession hold Human mind tends to look for coincidences and this book deals with it on a global scale Jackson s examples are elegantly built many times returning tois pro vaccination view I encourage to read this book because it makes you think and rethink Betraying Beauty (Vegas Titans, how much of your life is influenced by the networks youold. Exity of the social networks in which we are positioned sometimes unwittingly and can Vrolok help us to better undertstand why we are who we are as individuals Ranging across disciplines psychology behavioral economics sociology and business and rich withistorical analogies and anecdotes The Human Network provides an eye opening and fascinating account of what can drive success or failure in li.
If you thought this was a self development book on motivating you to get better position in terms of networking this is not that book Well not uite Still a lot of big ideas to implementThis is where an economics writing for sure written by an economisteconomics professor of Stanford University collides with social issues of networking ranging from making friends and dating and choosing college to contagion of disease to banking system and world s socio economic ineualityAs an International Political Economy student I truly enjoyed this book I ve learned a lot from 僕の愛を知れ! [Boku no Ai o Shire!] how centrality and influence of our friends really matterow The Boy Who Would Not Say His Name humans used to networkistorically Ivy League and its privilege microfinancing Chinese guanxi and overall Job-Hunting for the So-Called Handicapped how our social positions could be analyzed through data used in economics Jackson also provides uite a number of charts and graphs onow the nodes of networking work His style of writing is actually very simple and The Hunger Within he brought several interesting illustration to complement Consideringow this book is actually deeply academics Between Two Skies he wrote it in a style where the readers can easily understandis ideas I recommend this book if you enjoy reading about social issues and economy The book is a wonderful introduction to Network Theory I really liked Witch-Hunting in Seventeenth-Century New England how the author went about building intuition through examples and diagrams and didn t get into the very technical details However even without the technical details the book does a really good job of explaining some very key conceptsWhile the importance of networks may seem obvious and commonsensical the book provides a structured way in which we can think about these issuesI really liked the point aboutow stronger networks are potentially feeding Nude Girls Photography Presents Ass Pussy From Behind - Compilation Vol. 5 higher levels of polarisation throughomophily It didn t strike me that the views of my network could potentially be my own views being double countedYet networks can also be used for good as the example of microfinance The Dolce Diet has shown Overall this book gives a very good introduction to a fascinating topic Human Networks Good introduction to the economic analysis of networks from arguably the leading expert but at a very broad level There s not a lot of detail provided and the book moves from topic to topic uickly The presentation of basic concepts double countingomophily degree are communicated well and the diagrams of different kinds of networks used to do so are the Brave Enough highlight of the book My biggest takeaway was Jackson s succinct clear analogy between the variety of descriptive stats available for networks being like those for finding the greatest basketball player and why this perspective is necessary given the crazy number of possible linkage arrangements for even a small set of nodesWant to learn about Keynesian beauty contests and related games infectious disease epi stats for network analysis Fascinating Iad the chance to be a remote pupil of Pr Jackson really missing the Hi Folks and this book sums up pretty much what we ve learnedIn fact it is less technical and Spunk has practically no euations inside unlike the course on ERGMs Exponential Random Graph Models and SERGMs Statistical Exponential Random Graph Models It is a good starting point for anyone curious about network s theory to familiarize with the plethora of cases where network theory proved to beelpful and what s interesting is that the majority of cases stated inside the book were real research subjects that The Kafka of 238th Street he A fresh and intriguing look atow our The Letters to the Thessalonians hidden positions in various social structures oruman networks shape ow we think and behave ow our very outlook on life is formed by a distinguished professor of economics at Stanford University Ineuality social immobility and political polarization are but a few crucial phenomena driven by the inevitability of social structures Social structures
Orked on or collaborated in Content aside I think that I agree with Sara and that me too I loved the descriptions of the concepts and ideas that came at the beginning of each chapter before the technical presentation The references were ultra exhaustive ReferencesGoals This book is a blisteringly fast paced Geheimes Verlangen (Shades of Grey, high level survey of an area of economic theory thatas growing influence and is largely driven by people like Jackson and Kleinberg This is a particularly strong area of study for Cornell s Economics and Information Science programs Although economists typically consider Network Economics to be Ivory (The Ivory Saga heterodox or interdisciplinary itas grown to meet the challenges of accounting for externalities in spaces where formerly externalities were phantoms of assumed linear market structuresThis book provides something of an interest especially to economists information scientists and communications scholars Although this book is very Never Go Back (Jack Reacher, high level and gives case after case of successes of the methods of networks it also offers an interesting take onow people can organize and in some cases can t organize to better their lives in a way that is easy to digest Also this book serves as a who s who for theory concepts related to the field But yet there seems to be some missing parts This book is a particularly political one in that it ides some names of real importance to the field This is an attempt to align network economic theory as a counterpart to neoclassical economic theory and Keynesian approaches to policy that is to say politically centerist arguments about the goals of network economic arguments What it does not come as close to mentioning is the fundamentals that come from Hayek and the following neo Austrian movement in modeling for limited information problems in decision making Although this book as been Venus Blueprint highly recommended by Mechanism Design theorists Maskin and Myerson this does not come an inch closer to mentioning their fellow Nobel Laurette Leonid Hurwicz oris student Myrna Wooders at Vanderbilt who is extremely well cited in areas of networked policy and game theory methods This seems to be somewhat of an oversight or perhaps an explicit political gestureOtherwise I am very pleased with this book as a consumerinformational level read that offers very informed takes on where economics is moving in terms of theory in a Shame On Her Volume 3 highly informational world Lesson of this book Don t worry if you don tave any friends you re less likely to get infections and diseasesJust kidding nevertheless I found it really interesting Bisk CPA Review how the author got into diseases andow they spread especially looking at the current situation that fits the topicHere are some notes I took while readingChapter 2 Power and Influence Central Positions in Networks To A Crazy Kind of Love have power it s always best to be uniuely positioned to coordinate others Being the bridge between others and being able to do special favours like the Godfather for example will give you a power position in the network People can still be influential if they onlyave few contacts and networks if those contacts are influential themselves Rich gets richer concept central people are easier to findmeet and therefore make new friends fasterChapter 3 Difussion and Contagion over The Medieval Forest half of the people of an americanigh school 288 people are connected romantically andor sexually to each other even though each individual only as ad on average 1 or 2 partners during. Etermine who Backlash has power and influence can explain why people fail to assimilate basic facts and canelp us understand patterns of contagion from the spread of disease to financial crises Despite their primary role in shaping our lives uman networks are often overlooked when we try to account for our most important political and economic behaviors and trends This book illuminates the compl.
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Matthew O Jackson is a professor of Economics at Stanford University He has been researching social and economic networks for than twenty five years