Constitutions and Social Networks

A. Mauleon, N. Röhl, V. Vannetelbosch, Constitutions and Social Networks, Universität Paderborn, 2014.

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The objective of this paper is to analyze the formation of group structures where individuals are allowed to engage in several groups at the same time. These structures are interpreted here as social networks. Each of the groups is supposed to have specific rules or constitutions governing which members may join or leave it. A social network is then considered to be stable if none of the groups is altered any more. Given this framework, we not only analyze which influence the constitutions have on network formation but we also provide requirements under which stable networks are induced for sure. Furthermore, by embedding many-to-many matchings into our setting, we apply our model to job markets with labor unions. To some extent the unions may provide job guarantees and, therefore, have influence on the stability of the job market.
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Mauleon A, Röhl N, Vannetelbosch V. Constitutions and Social Networks. Universität Paderborn; 2014.
Mauleon, A., Röhl, N., & Vannetelbosch, V. (2014). Constitutions and Social Networks. Universität Paderborn.
@book{Mauleon_Röhl_Vannetelbosch_2014, title={Constitutions and Social Networks}, publisher={Universität Paderborn}, author={Mauleon, Ana and Röhl, Nils and Vannetelbosch, Vincent}, year={2014} }
Mauleon, Ana, Nils Röhl, and Vincent Vannetelbosch. Constitutions and Social Networks. Universität Paderborn, 2014.
A. Mauleon, N. Röhl, and V. Vannetelbosch, Constitutions and Social Networks. Universität Paderborn, 2014.
Mauleon, Ana, et al. Constitutions and Social Networks. Universität Paderborn, 2014.
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