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    Feliciani, T., Flache, A. & Mäs, M., 6-Aug-2020, In : Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory. 32 p.

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  2. The Effects And Outcomes Of Informal Relations Within Organizations, Computational & Mathematical Organization, 4, 2

    Sanders, K. K., Snijders, T. T. & Stokman, F. N., 1998, In : Computational & Mathematical Organization Theory. 4, 2, p. 103-108

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  3. Heterogeneity and increasing returns may drive socio-economic transitions

    Weisbuch, G., Buskens, V. & Vuong, L., 2008, In : Computational & Mathematical Organization Theory. 14, 4, p. 376 1 p.

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    Grow, A. & Flache, A., May-2011, In : Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory. 17, 2, p. 196-224 29 p.

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