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See the extended version of my Portoroz keynote 'What binds us when with
whom' that can be downloaded from my website:
In our approach networks are directly connected to collective decision
making processes and strategies to arrive at outcomes close to the own
position but with sufficient support from others the uphold them. See
Bill Richards schreef:
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> A writer for a new European magazine on science and business who wishes to do a piece on social networks wrote me asking:
> "Is anyone making a profit from this type of research?"
> I'd appreciate it if you'd write back with anything you'd like to share. I'll direct the writer to the people with the most interesting responses.
> best regards,
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Frans N. Stokman
Professor of Social Science Research Methodology
University of Groningen
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