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Here is a short note with a plot that I did using Matt Sangalik's data
to answer my question:
The degree clearly grows with income.
Thanks for the help!
Matt Sangalik wrote:
> I don't know of any papers on this, but you might be able to do this
> analysis yourself with the data from a paper that I worked on. The
> paper is about, among other things, estimating the number of
> acquaintances of an individual. Our dataset also includes other
> co-variates for each individual including income. You can find the
> paper here:
> and the data here:
Morselli Carlo also suggested :
>> Vaclav, these two articles relate to criminal experiences, but they
>> do respond to your network-income inquiry:
>> Morselli, Carlo, Pierre Tremblay, et Bill McCarthy (2006). "Mentors
>> and Criminal Achievement", Criminology 44: 17-44.
>> Morselli, Carlo et Pierre Tremblay (2004). "Criminal Achievement,
>> Offender Networks, and the Benefits of Low Self-Control", Criminology
>> 42: 773-804.
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