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Yes, Madoff and Salander had two key networks -- 1) Buy and 2) Sell. Salander had one network to acquire the art and another to sell the art. Since Madoff did not appear to have actually invested the monies received, his Buy and Sell networks may have been the same.
Here we see Madoff's inflows of money from key feeders/accumulators...
We notice 1)structural holes and 2)distance(Madoff was beyond the network horizon of many of his investors). Distance may be the key ingredient? Distance/Separation via structural holes and distance via steps in the network - horizon of observability(Friedkin 1983).
On Oct 23, 2010, at 2:10 PM, Marco Neumann wrote:
> Interesting topic. I have discussed a related subject, an art buy and
> sell network, with some people at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in
> New York.
> Do you look for specific network data?
> On Sat, Oct 23, 2010 at 2:03 PM, Valdis Krebs <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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>> Anyone studying the network dynamics/structures around fraudsters like Bernie Madoff and Lawrence Salander [below]?
>> Any experts on art dealer networks out there?
>> Valdis Krebs
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