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Research on the Organizational Society: Advances in Multilevel and Dynamic Network Analysis

Recherches sur la société organisationnelle : les avancées dans l'analyse des réseaux multiniveaux et dynamiques

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Published on Friday, June 10, 2011 by Loïc Le Pape

Summary

Conference "Research on the Organizational Society: Advances in Multilevel and Dynamic Network Analysis", June 16, 2011, University of Paris Dauphine, (Place du Maréchal de Lattre de Tassigny, 75116 Paris), Amphithéâtre A11. Conference organized by the IRISSO (Dauphine-CNRS) with the support from the Multi-Level Social Network program (ANR) and the Multilevel Network Modeling Group (Leverhulme Trust). At the meso level of analysis, modern societies have become complex organizational, managerial and market societies with multiple, superposed, interdependent and conflicting levels of agency. This conference brings together various approaches to multilevel, social and organizational network analyses to promote collaborations and exchanges of ideas, refurbish techniques and practices for social science research on changing relationships between the meso and the macro levels.

Announcement

Conference Research on the Organizational Society: Advances in Multilevel and Dynamic Network Analysis, June 16, 2011, University of Paris Dauphine (Amphithéâtre A11)

Keynote presentation by Ronald Breiger (University of Arizona)

With support from the Multi-Level Social Network program (ANR) and the Multilevel Network Modeling Group (Leverhulme Trust)

At the meso level of analysis, modern societies have become complex organizational, managerial and market societies with multiple, superposed, interdependent and conflicting levels of agency. This conference brings together various approaches to multilevel, social and organizational network analyses  to promote collaborations and exchanges of ideas, refurbish techniques and practices for social science research on changing relationships between the meso and the macro levels.

Program

9h00: Opening by Jean Dolbeault, Vice-President for Research, Paris-Dauphine University

9h15: Ronald Breiger, University of Arizona
Some Challenges in Multilevel Social Network Research.

10h15: Emmanuel Lazega, Université Paris-Dauphine
Dynamics of multilevel networks with two levels of agency.

11h15: Coffee break

11h30: Aleš Žiberna, University of Ljubljana
Blockmodeling of multilevel network data.

12h15: Moses Boudourides, University of Patras
The strength of indirect relations in dual social networks.

13h: Lunch

14h00: Marijtje A.J. van Duijn, University of Groningen
Random effects models for multilevel network analysis

14h45: Avner Bar-Hen, Université Paris-Descartes   
Spatial cluster detection using the number of connected components of a graph

15h30: Mark Tranmer, University of Manchester
Random effects models for multiple networks.

16h15: Coffee break

16h30: Thomas Valente, University of Southern California
Multi-level and Multi-type Network Influences on Substance Use

17h00: Concluding session on advances in multilevel and dynamic network analyses. 

18h: Cocktail

Organizers: Josiane Chatellet, Emmanuel Lazega and Maria Giuseppina Bruna

Free and open attendance, but limited room, so please register josiane.chatelletping@dauphinepong.fr

Places

  • Place du Maréchal de Lattre de Tassigny (Université Paris-Dauphine, Amphithéâtre 11)
    Paris, France

Date(s)

  • Thursday, June 16, 2011

Keywords

  • Sociologie des réseaux, réseaux multiniveaux, réseaux dynamiques, société organisationnelle

Contact(s)

  • Maria Giuseppina Bruna
    courriel : maria-giuseppina [dot] bruna [at] dauphine [dot] fr

Information source

  • Maria Giuseppina Bruna
    courriel : maria-giuseppina [dot] bruna [at] dauphine [dot] fr

To cite this announcement

« Research on the Organizational Society: Advances in Multilevel and Dynamic Network Analysis », Colloquium, Calenda, Published on Friday, June 10, 2011, https://calenda.org/204649

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