Simone Gabbriellini will talk on “Network effects on tax compliance: An agent-based model” at a SPS-BEHAVE workshop on 20 May 2019

By |2019-05-06T10:50:31+00:00May 6th, 2019|

Dr. Simone Gabbriellini (GECS-University of Brescia & Data Scientist and CEO @ Manent.AI will talk on "Network effects on tax compliance: An agent-based model" at a SPS-BEHAVE workshop on 20 May 2019 at 12.30, Seminar Room, Department of Social and Political Science, University of Milan, Via Conservatorio 7. The paper is co-authored with Flaminio Squazzoni [...]

Andreas Flache will talk on computational research on segregation and polarisation in a NASP International Seminar on 22 March 2019 in Milan

By |2019-03-18T09:47:50+00:00March 15th, 2019|

Andreas Flache, member of the advisory board of BEHAVE, one of the most influential quantitative sociologists working on computational and experimenatal models of social behaviour in Europe, will talk on computational research on segregation and polarisation in a NASP International Seminar on 22 March 2019 at the University of Milan. The title of the seminar [...]

The Behave Opening Workshop on 21 March 2019

By |2019-03-25T08:44:45+00:00February 26th, 2019|

Matthew Salganik (Princeton University) and Andreas Flache (University of Groningen) at the Behave Opening Workshop on 21 March 2019 Behavioural sociology requires integration of advanced computational and experimental methods The Behave Opening Worshop includes two guest lectures by Matthew Salganik (Princeton University) and Andreas Flache (University of Groningen). Salganik will present [...]

Behave-NASP Seminar by David Stark (Columbia University) on 12 April 2019

By |2019-04-11T11:32:41+00:00January 27th, 2019|

A Behave and NASP seminar with David Stark (Columbia University) on 12 April 2019 Networks can be like pipes through which information flows, they can be like prisms through which identities are refracted, but also scopes through which observation can be magnified or blurred David Stark (Columbia University) talks about "Networks as Scopes: Observational Advantage [...]