I wasn’t sure what you meant by a multiple case approach.  We applied ERGMs to about 275 networks to compare influence effects  between different types of networks.

The cite:

Valente, T. W., Fujimoto, K., Soto, D., Meeker, D. & Unger, J. B. (2013).  Variations in network boundary and type: A study of adolescent peer influences. Social Networks, 35, 309-316.



Thomas W. Valente, PhD

Professor, Institute for Prevention Research

Department of Preventive Medicine

Keck School of Medicine

University of Southern California

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Dear Sonneteers,


I am looking for studies that have applied ERGMs in a multiple case approach (i.e., compared structural effects across different cases). Any suggestions are highly appreciated.


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