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Hi Clement,

We carried out that kind of work among cancer researchers in France:

Lazega, Emmanuel, Jourda, Marie-Thérèse, Mounier, Lise et Stofer,  
Rafaël (2008), "Catching up with big fish in the big pond ?  
Multi-level network analysis through linked design", Social Networks,  
30:157-176.

Lazega, Emmanuel, Lise Mounier, Marie-Thérèse Jourda et Rafaël Stofer  
(2006), "Organizational vs. personal social capital in scientists?  
performance : A multi-level network study of elite French cancer  
researchers (1996-1998)", Scientometrics, 67(1) :27-44.

Lazega, Emmanuel, Lise Mounier, Rafaël Stofer et Alain Tripier (2004),  
"Discipline scientifique et discipline sociale : Réseaux de conseil,  
apprentissage collectif et innovation dans la recherche française sur  
le cancer (1997-1999)", Recherches Sociologiques, 35:3-27


Alvaro Pina-Stranger does work of that kind among scientists in the  
biotech area:

Pina-Stranger, Álvaro & Emmanuel Lazega (in press, 2010) «  
Inter-organizational collective learning: the case of biotechnology in  
France », European Journal of International Management, special issue  
« Knowledge and Learning Networks in organizations ».

Pina-Stranger, Álvaro (2010) « La structure sociale de l?industrie des  
Biotechnologies en France: une étude des relations  
inter-organisationnelles au niveau inter-individuel», REDES: Revista  
Hispana para el Análisis de Redes Sociales. Vol.18, Numéro spécial «  
Réseaux sociaux et santé ».(pdf available on his site)

Pina-Stranger, Álvaro (2009) ?Transfert technologique et processus  
collectif d?apprentissage dans l?industrie des biotechnologies en  
France.? Sociologie Santé 30:27-49. (pdf available on his site)

Pina-Stranger, Álvaro (2009) ?Transferencia tecnológica y proceso  
colectivo de aprendizaje en la industria biotecnológica?, aposta,  
revista de ciencias sociales, n°43. (pdf available on his site)

Best regards,
Emmanuel Lazega


Clement Levallois <[log in to unmask]> a écrit :

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> Networks in scientific communities have been extensively studied.
> Co-author networks and co-citation networks are to my knowledge the main
> approaches used to identify such networks.
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> My question to you is, is there any literature which tried to map
> scientific networks based on a survey approach instead? (with questions
> such as: "who do you talk to" in [your scientific field, a conference,
> an academic organization, your university ...]
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> Any reference would be very helpful!
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