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Dear all,

thanks for your answers. As usual, a list of what I received is attached.
The compilation is certainly not exhaustive, but a good starting point,
isn't it? ;-)

Regards,
Thomas


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scientific coauthorship networks", SFI Working Paper 00-12-64, Santa Fe
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