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For anyone passing through Cambridge on one of the dates below, you're
welcome to step in for a free lunch and some complex networking at the
Cambridge Colloquium on Complexity and Social Networks.
The schedule, as well as papers, etc, is up at
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February 10, 12:00, Faculty Dinning Room, KSG, Professor Frans Stokman,
University of Groningen, the Netherlands, "Exchange Networks With
February 24, 12:00, Faculty Dinning Room, KSG, Roberto M. Fernandez, MIT,
"Gendering the Job: Queues, Networks and Screening," authors Roberto M.
Fernandez and Lourdes Sosa, both MIT Sloan School of Management.
March 3, 12:00, Fainsoid Room, KSG, Professor Albert-Laszio Barabasi,
University of Notre Dame, "The Architecture of Complex Networks".
March 13, 11:30 a.m., Bell Hall, KSG, Laurence Prusak, former director of
the Knowledge Management Institution, IBM and co-author of Knowledge
Management, Title TBA.
April 7, 12:00, CBRSS, Professor Leigh Tesfatsion, Iowa State University,
Evolution of Worker-Employer Networks and Behaviors Under Alternative
Non-Employment Benefits: An Agent-Based Computational Study"
April 28, 12:00, Fainsod room, KSG, TBD.
All talks begin at noon and end at 1:30pm (unless otherwise noted)
Please note that a light lunch will be available at these colloquia.
For off campus visitors, please note that both locations are easily
available from the Harvard T stop. The Kennedy School is located a five
minute walk down JFK Street from the T (79 JFK Street). CBRSS is located
at 34 Kirkland St. (walk diagonally through the Yard, turn left at Quincy
St., turn right at Kirkland St.).
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