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Poster Session is at 6:30 pm, Friday, May 31, in the Ambassador's Ballroom at the Washington Duke
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First NameLast NamePaper titleAffiliationCoauthors
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SaharAbi-HassanLarge-Scale Estimation of Interest Group Ideal PointsBoston University
Janet M. Box-Steffensmeier, Ohio State University, steffensmeier.2@osu.edu; Dino P. Christenson, Boston University, dinopc@bu.edu; Aaron Russell Kaufman, Harvard University, aaronkaufman@fas.harvard.edu; Brian Libgober, Yale University, brian.libgober@yale.edu
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KyleBeduNetwork Effect Contamination of Field Experiments addressing Political BehaviorPennsylvania State University
Bruce Desmarais, Pennsylvania State University, bdesmarais@psu.edu
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LaurenceBrandenbergerDisentangling Selection from Influence Effects in Social Networks Using Relational Event ModelsETH Zurich
Giona Casiraghi, ETH Zurich, gcasiraghi@ethz.ch; Simon Schweighofer, ETH Zurich and Complexity Hub Vienna, schweighofer@csh.ac.at; Frank Schweitzer, ETH Zurich, fschweitzer@ethz.ch
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MadelineGottliebCommunity Mobilization: Conventional tacts in unconventional oil and gas developmentUniversity of California, Davisnone
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AubreyGrantNational Policy and Local Networks: The Case of Refuge IntegrationGeorge Mason University Schar School of Policy and Governmentnone
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JordanHsuThe Party Room: Political Relationships and Legislative Success in the House of RepresentativesCentral Florida University
Jungwon Yeo, University of Central Florida, Jungwon.Yeo@ucf.edu; Naim Kapucu, University of Central Florida, Kapucu@ucf.edu
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Chien-shihHuangEvolution of scientific collaboration networks: Research collaborations in a multi-university multi-disciplinary sustainability research networkFlorida State University
Richard Feiock, Florida State University, rfeiock@fsu.edu
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NamhoonKiInterlocal Competition in Economic Development and Local Government’s Strategic Choices between Informal Policy and Formal Contract Networks Florida State Universitynone
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BomiLeeFormation and Termination of Interstate RivalriesUniversity of Iowanone
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HeewonLeeWhen Does Local Government Prefer Formal Contracts to Informal Policy Networks? Application of Separable Temporal Exponential Random Graph Models (STERGM) on City Governments’ Choices Between Informal Networks and Formal Networks in Economic Development IssuesFlorida State University Askew School of Administration and Policy
Namhoon Ki, Askew School of Public Administration and Policy, Florida State University, namhoonki@gmail.com; Chang-Gyu Kwak, Assistant Professor, Department of Public Administration, Sejong University, ckwak@sejong.ac.kr; Christopher Hawkins, Associate Professor, School of Public Administration, University of Central Florida, christopher.hawkins@ucf.edu
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Eduardo Méndez HidalgoDoes Feminism Encourage Sorority? A Social Network Natural ExperimentCICS-UDD
Rodrigo Asún I, University of Chile
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SubhayanMukerjeeA Conjoint Experimental Study on the Effects of Social Media Cues on Selective ExposureUniversity of Pennsylvania

Tian Yang (UPenn), tian.yang@asc.upenn.edu
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MintaoNieThe Formation and Evolution of Human Rights Networks: Evidence from the Universal Periodic Review of the United Nations Human Rights CouncilPurdue Universitynone
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TraceeSaundersIs Health Policy Different? Health Policy Diffusion among American states, 1912-2017University of Iowa
Frederick, Boehmke, University of Iowa, frederick-boehmke@uiowa.edu
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Selim CanSazakIron, Steel, and Gold: Foreign Economic Statecraft, Transnational Elite Networking, and Great-Power Competition over the Late Ottoman EmpireBrown Universitynone
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Cody SchmidtDependence in the Network of AuthorityUniversity of Iowanone
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ZacharySteinert-ThreleldModeling Protest DynamicsUCLA
Shane Steinert-Threlkeld; University of Amsterdam; ssshanest@gmail.com
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GregWilliamsHow Can Truth-Claims of Voter Fraud Influence Public Policy? A Political Discourse AnalysisFielding Graduate Universitynone
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BiZhaoBetter together?: A network analysis of NGOs at UN climate change governancePurdue Universitynone
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Mackenzie Weiler and
Keith WarrenCommunity Composition Matters: Explaining Variation in Recidivism
The Ohio State University
Benjamin Campbell; Skyler Cranmer
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Mendez Barrientos
Linda-Estelí
What explains collaborative networks for groundwater management in California under state-mandated water reform?
University of California, DavisMark Lubell and Tyler Scott
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