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*Presenter as Chair (timekeeper) for each session panel; asterisk by name
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All "a" panels are in Perkins 217, all "b" panels are in Rubenstein 153, and all "c" panels are in Rubenstein 249
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Friday 9:00-10:30amSession 1a: Legislative Collaboration and Factions
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Hyungjo Hur, Eastern Illinois UniversityDonwe Choi, Florida State University, dc15j@my.fsu.edu Effects of Legislators’ Network Characteristics on Legislative Effectiveness by comparing Ruling party and Opposition Parties
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Carmen Le Foulon, Pontificia Universidad Católica de ChilenoneWith whom You Collaborate: Co-sponsorship determinants in a Presidential Congress
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Laurence Brandenberger, ETH ZurichGiona Casiraghi, ETH Zurich, gcasiraghi@ethz.ch; Simon Schweighofer, ETH Zurich and Complexity Hub Vienna, schweighofer@csh.ac.at; Frank Schweitzer, ETH Zurich, fschweitzer@ethz.chPredicting Offline Political Support with Online Social Behavior
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Shahryar Minhas*, Michigan State UniversityMax Gallop, Strathclyde University, max.gallop@gmail.com ; Jacob Montgomery University of Washington St Louis, jacob.montgomery@wustl.eduExplaining Latent Factions in Congress
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Friday 9:00-10:30amSession 1b: Diffusion of Policies
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ShihHsin Chen, National Chiao Tung UniversitynonePolicy Impacts on Multinational Emerging Innovation Networks
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Devin Case-Ruchala, University of North Carolina at Chapel HillnoneWho started it? Co-regime financial partners, crisis diffusion & government bank acquisitions
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Rachel Barr, Harvard UniversitynoneCan network centrality and density enhance policy performance and efficiency? Preliminary evidence from the North Pacific Fur Seal Convention of 1911
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Christine Bricker*, Warren Wilson CollegeScott LaCombe, University of Iowa, scott-lacombe@uiowa.edu What Contiguity?: Using an ERGM to Understand Perceived State Similarity
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Friday 11am-12:30pmSession 1b: Connecting People Through Language & Ideas
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Jason Todd, Duke UniversitynoneDifferences of Opinion: Measuring Polarization at the United States Supreme Court via Bipartite Networks of Opinion Coalitions
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Sarah Shugars, Northeastern University
Nick Beauchamp, Northeastern University, n.beauchamp@northeastern.edu
Why Keep Arguing? Networks of Engagement in Political Conversations Online
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Nick Beauchamp, Northeastern UniversitynoneA Bayesian Transition Network Topic Model for Inferring Conceptual Networks
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Justin Gross*, UMass AmherstnoneIdeological Coalitions as 2-Mode Networks Connecting People Via Beliefs
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Friday 11am-12:30pmSession 2b: Climate Change, Water Management, & Wildlife Conservation
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Federico Holm, The Ohio State UniversitynoneClimate Change Litigation Networks in the U.S.
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Edna Liliana Gómez Fernández, University of ArizonaAdam Douglas Henry adhenry@email.arizona.edu , Gary Pivo gpivo@email.arizona.eduIntergovernmental Coordination in Urban Water Management
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Jeffrey Broadbent*, University of MinnesotanoneSetting a New Research Agenda for Climate Change Mitigation and Energy Transition Research—the Compon project—Comparing Climate Change Policy Networks
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Friday 11am-12:30pmSession 2c: Networks of Power and Money: Evidence from China
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Omer Faruk Yalcin, Pennsylvania State UniversitynoneA Network Theory of the Ruling Coalition
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Lingyi Zouh, Tsinghua UniversityRuowen Shen, Florida State University Askew school of Public Administration and Policy, rs13r@my.fsu.edu; Richard C. Feiock, Florida State University Askew school of Public Administration and Policy, rfeiock@fsu.eduBridging or Bonding? A Two-mode Network Study in Top-down and Bottom-up Environmental Collaborations in China
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Zhengqi Pan*, Singapore University of Social SciencesnoneUncovering the Complexity of China's Belt and Road Initiative: Global Production Networks, Trade Interdependence and ASEAN's Development
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Friday 2:45-4:15pmSession 3a: Networks of Language and Meaning
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Dmitry Zaytsev, National Research UniversityValentina Kuskova, National Research University Higher School of Economics, vkuskova@hotmail.comPolicy Actors Identification and Power Evaluation: Insights from the Policy Actors’ Network Structure
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Jennifer Victor, George Mason UniversityEric Vorst, University of Missouri, St. Louis ecvorst@gmail.comDo viral political tweets promote discourse or belligerence?
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Eric Vorst, University of Missouri – St. LouisnoneThe Hashtag Ceiling: Candidate gender bias on Twitter during the 2018 Midterms
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Rachel Blum*, Miami University of OhioKelsey Shoub, Postdoc, Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy, University of Virginia, kelsey.shoub@gmail.com; Lindsey Cormack, Assistant Professor, Political Science, Stevens Institute of Technology, lindsey.cormack@gmail.comLegislative Communication: How the Medium Impacts the Message
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Friday 2:45-4:15pmSession 3b: Conflict and Protest Networks
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Matthew Simonson, Northeastern UniversitynoneWho Rescues? Who Betrays? The Fate of Interethnic Networks in Wartime
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Peter Henne, University of VermontnoneThe Role of Islam in Post-Arab Spring International Relations: A Social Network Analysis
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Howard Liu, Duke UniversitynoneModeling the Repression-Dissent Dynamic: A Network Approach
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Koji Oishi*, National Institute of InformaticsnoneGenealogical networks of armed groups in civil conflicts
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Friday 2:45-4:15pmSession 3c: Local Leadership, Development, & Bureaucracy
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Tugba Bozcaga, Massachusetts Institute of TechnologynoneThe Social Bureaucrat: How Ethnic and Political Geography Affect Bureaucratic Efficiency
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Jeremy Spater, Duke UniversityErik Wibbels, Duke, e.wibbels@duke.eduDisaggregating Network Types: Evidence from Indian Slums
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Matthew Howell, Eastern Kentucky UniversityTies that Bind: Administrative and Political Ties between Local Governments and their Effect on Joint Lobbying Behavior
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Guy Grossman*, University of PennsylvaniaRomain Ferrali, New York University Abu Dhabi. rferrali@nyu.edu; Melina R. Platas, New York University Abu Dhabi. mplatas@nyu.edu; Jonathan Rodden, Stanford University, jrodden@stanford.eduPeer effects and externalities in technology adoption: Evidence from community reporting in Uganda
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Friday 4:30pm-6:00pmSession 4a: Dynamics of Interest Groups and Identities
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S. Abbi-Hassan, Boston UniversitynoneSpecialization or Generalization: the evolution of ties within US Supreme Court advocacy.
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S. Choi, Boston UniversityJanet M. Box-Steffensmeier, The Ohio State University, steffensmeier.2@osu.edu; Dino P. Christenson, Boston University, dinopc@bu.eduThe Dynamic Networks of Immigration Interest Groups
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Kevin Young*, UMass AmherstBrendan O'Connor, Computer Science, UMass Amherst, brenocon@cs.umass.edu ; Tuugi Chuluun, Department of Finance, Loyola University Maryland, tchuluun@loyola.edu; Seth Goldman, Communication, UMass Amherst, skgoldman@comm.umass.eduDynamics of Diversity in Global Elite Networks: Race, Gender and Color
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Friday 4:30pm-6:00pmSession 4b: News & Social Media
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Erica Seng-White, George Mason UniversitynoneMedia Matters: Media Consumption and Political Interest in East and Southeast Asia
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Thomas Davidson, Cornell UniversitynoneThe Ecology of the Brexit Debate on Social Media
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Subhayan Mukerjee, University of Pennsylvania
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Yotam Shmargad*, University of ArizonaSamarth Puri, Univesity of Arizona, The Influencer Ecosystem in the 2018 U.S. Primaries
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Friday 4:30pm-6:00pmSession 4c: At the Nexus of Conflict and Cooperation: Alliances, Sanctions, and Trade
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Sarah Sklar, Boston UniversityKevin Gallagher, BU, kpg@bu.edu; Rachel Thrasher, BU, rthrash@bu.eduPolicy Space for Regulating Capital Flows in Trade and Investment Treaties: An Empirical Approach
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Gargi Vayas, University of KentuckyIssue Linkage and Multilateral Sanction Effectiveness
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Chelsea Estancona*, University of South CarolinaDr. Menevis Cilizoglu, St. Olaf College, menevisc@stolaf.eduRace to Adapt: Multilateral Sanctions and Criminal Sanctions-Busting Networks
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Saturday 9:00-10:30amSession 5a: Political Influence
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Michael KowalStevens Institute of TechnologyGuess Who's Coming to Dinner: Campaign Events and the Extended Party Network
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Stefan McCabe, Northeastern UniversityDavid Lazer, Network Science Institute, Northeastern University, d.lazer@northeastern.edu; William Minozzi, Department of Political Science, The Ohio State University, minozzi.1@osu.edu; Michael Neblo, Department of Political Science, The Ohio State University, neblo.1@osu.edu; Brian Rubineau, Desautels Faculty of Management, McGill UniversityTime Scales of Social Influence: Evidence from American College Students
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Zachary Steinert-Threleld, UCLAnoneModeling Protest Thresholds
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Anand Sokhey*, University of Colorado at BoulderMatthew Pietryka, Florida State University (matthew.pietryka@gmail.com); Yanna Krupnikov, Stony Brook University (yanna.krupnikov@stonybrook.edu; John Barry Ryan, Stony Brook University (john.ryan@stonybrook.edu)Examining Political Behavior through the nexus of Social, Physical, and Psychological Distance in the United States
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Saturday 9:00-10:30amSession 5b: International Development and Civic Engagement
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Elsa Khwaja, George Mason UniversitynoneA Comparative Networks Assessment of Community-Based Development Programs in Pakistan and Afghanistan
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Mariana Giusti Rodriguez, Naval Postgraduate SchoolnoneFrom social network structures to political parties: Indigenous party-building in Bolivia
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Lorien Jasny*, University of ExeterMario Diani (Trento University, mario.diani@unitn.it); Henrik Ernstson (Manchester University, henrik.ernstson@gmail.com)Embeddedness of social and transactional ties: multiplex networks of civic engagement in Cape Town, South Africa
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Saturday 10:45am-12:15pmSession 6a: Structures and Systems: New Approaches to Measurement and Analysis of Networks
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Gunes Ertan, Koc UniversityAli Carkoglu, acarkoglu@ku.edu.tr, KU ; Selim Erdem Aytac, saytac@ku.edu.tr , KUA Network Approach to Measuring Polarization in Survey Studies
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Valentina Kuskova, National Research UniversityDmitry Zaytsev, National Research University Higher School of Economics, zaytsevdi2@gmail.comNetwork structure of Social Movements: the Power of Online Mobilizing Communities
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David Meyer, University of California, San DiegoArthur A. Stein, Department of Political Science, UCLA, stein@polisci.ucla.edu; Robert F. Trager, Department of Political Science, UCLA, rtrager@ucla.eduStructural balance dynamics for networks of international relations
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Bruce Desmarais*, Pennsylvania State UniversityJeffrey J. Harden, University of Notre Dame jeff.harden@nd.edu; Mark Brockway, University of Notre Dame, mark.d.brockway.4@nd.edu; Frederick J. Boehmke, University of Iowa, frederick-boehmke@uiowa.edu; Scott LaCombe, University of Iowa, scott-lacombe@uiowa.edu; Fridolin Linder, New York University, fridolin.linder@nyu.eduNetwork Event History Analysis for Modeling Public Policy Adoption with Latent Diffusion Networks
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Saturday 10:45am-12:15pmSession 6b: Policy, Diplomacy, and Planning
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Ted Hsuan Yun Chen, Pennsylvania State UniversitynoneA Multilayer Network Analysis of Nuclear Disarmament and Informal Scientific Diplomacy
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Jeffrey Broadbent, University of MinnesotanonePolicy Networks in the Field of Power: US, Japanese and German Labor Politics
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Emily Bell*, University of California, DavisTyler Scott, University of California, Davis, tascott@ucdavis.eduGraph analysis of mandated collaboration and public participation in infrastructure planning
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