Digital and Computational Demography

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Studying the Causes and Consequences of Status Differentiation

André Grow, Jorge Cimentada; in Collaboration with Andreas Flache (University of Groningen, Netherlands)

In this project, we use novel simulation techniques and statistical procedures to study the causes and consequences of status differentiation. Of particular interest are status differences between social groups, such as between men and women and between whites and non-whites.  Detailed Description

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Psychology, Statistics and Mathematics

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Cimentada, J.:
MPIDR Working Paper WP-2020-005. (2020)    
Lukac, M.; Grow, A.:
Journal of Computational Social Science, 1–23. (2020)    
Cimentada, J.:
The Journal of Open Source Software 4:44, 1–3. (2019)    
Grow, A.; Flache, A.:
In: The Oxford handbook of gossip and reputation, 231–249. New York: Oxford University Press. (2019)    
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