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Given that some network people do Rational Choice stuff (and vice- versa),
I thought this might be of use.


  Barry Wellman         Professor of Sociology        NetLab Director
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Date: Fri, 05 Sep 2003 14:43:04 +0200
From: Karl M. van Meter <[log in to unmask]>
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Call - Rational Choice articles for Agora

Thanks to Ben Jann

Dear colleagues,

we are planning to produce another issue of the AGORA, the newsletter of
the ISA/ASA Rational Choice sections. Therefore we need some
contributions, especially news about people, projects, publications and
so on. We would appreciate any information which can be send to
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Moreover, there is room for one or two short papers (about 3-4 pages) in
the next two issues. Topics could be any research results about
RC-themes as well as overviews on research fields from a RC viewpoint.
If anyone would like to publish such a short paper in the AGORA, please
let me know.

With best regards

Satoshi Kanazawa
Martin Abraham

Uebermittelt durch Ben Jann ([log in to unmask])
an die Mitglieder der DGS-Sektion "Modellbildung und Simulation"

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