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  • Yuan, Avery; Feng, L; Qin, X; Zhao, Y (Duke Research Computing, 2017-02-28)
    Duke is one of the leading sites for research across the nation, throughout the world where professionals are defining the way to a better and healthier future. A thorough understanding of how Duke networks behave is crucial ...
  • Moody, James; Mucha, P (Duke Research Computing, 2017-02-28)
    The goal of this visualization was to examine the geographic spread of collaborations represented in the scholars@duke dataset. The goal of the Scholars@Duke Visualization Challenge was to create visualizations that capture ...
  • Wu, Tai-Lin (Duke Research Computing, 2017-02-28)
    The goal of this visualization was to examine the geographic spread of collaborations represented in the scholars@duke dataset. The goal of the Scholars@Duke Visualization Challenge was to create visualizations that capture ...
  • Bradway, David (Duke Research Computing, 2017-02-28)
    The goal of this visualization was to examine the geographic spread of collaborations represented in the scholars@duke dataset. The goal of the Scholars@Duke Visualization Challenge was to create visualizations that capture ...
  • Hu, Changwei (Duke Research Computing, 2017-02-28)
    The goal of this visualization was to examine the geographic spread of collaborations represented in the scholars@duke dataset. The goal of the Scholars@Duke Visualization Challenge was to create visualizations that capture ...
  • MacInnes, Jeffrey (Duke Research Computing, 2017-02-28)
    How does proximity influence collaboration? In the 1970's, work by MIT professor Thomas Allen revealed that the frequency of communication between two engineers sharply decreased as the distance between their desks grew. ...
  • Mestyan, Adam (Mada Misr, 2016)
    The term “digital imperialism” has been commonly used to describe cases where digital products transform social customs, but I use the term “digital source imperialism” here to refer to those who seek to control or monopolize ...
  • Mestyan, Adam (Global Urban History, 2017)
    What does the Ottoman framework mean for urban historians of the Arab world and in particular of Egypt?
  • Mangiafico, Paolo (2017-02-23)
    Duke University Libraries have worked collaboratively with other campus units to aggregate and manage research information to make knowledge produced by Duke researchers more broadly and openly available, help researchers ...
  • Mangiafico, Paolo (London School of Economics and Political Science, 2016-02-01)
    Reflecting on the recent surge of criticism about the commercial motives of scholarly social media platform Academia.edu, Paolo Mangiafico argues this is now an ideal opportunity for scholars to make informed choices about ...
  • Smith, Martin D.; Asche, Frank; Roheim, C (CRC Press, 2014-07-23)
    This entry describes the growth in seafood production and trade and the main factors causing these developments. We then review the leading economic research on the international seafood trade and markets with a focus on ...
  • Balleisen, EJ (Princeton University Press, 2017-02-01)
    Economic duplicity has bedeviled American markets from the founding of the Republic. This wide-ranging history emphasizes the enduring connections between capitalist innovation and business fraud, as well as the vexed ...
  • Dillenberger, D; Lleras, J; Sadowski, Philipp; Takeoka, N (2012-08-31)
    We study an individual who faces a dynamic decision problem in which the process of information arrival is unobserved by the analyst. We derive two utility representations of preferences over menus of acts that capture the ...
  • Duppe, T; Weintraub, E. Roy (2013-05-01)
    In the decades following WWII, the Cowles Commission for Research in Economics came to represent new technical standards that informed most advances in economic theory. The public emergence of this community was manifest ...
  • Ahn, D; Iijima, R; Yaouanq, Y; Sarver, TD (2016-11-14)
    We propose nonparametric definitions of absolute and comparative naiveté. These definitions leverage ex-ante choice of menu to identify predictions of future behavior and ex-post (random) choices from menus to identify ...
  • Sarver, TD (2016-09-09)
    To study intertemporal decisions under risk, we develop a new recursive model of non-expected-utility preferences. The main axiom of our analysis is called mixture aversion, as it captures a dislike of probabilistic mixtures ...
  • Ahn, D; Sarver, TD (2015-04-28)
    We propose nonparametric definitions of absolute and comparative naiveté. These definitions leverage both ex-ante choice of menu to identify individuals' projections of their future behavior and ex-post choice from menus ...
  • Khan, Shakeeb; Nekipelov, D (2013-09-11)
    This paper explores the uniformity of inference for parameters of interest in nonlinear models with endogeneity. The notion of uniformity is fundamental in these models because due to potential endogeneity, the behavior ...
  • Garlick, Robert J; Orkin, K; Quinn, S (2016-07-27)
    High-frequency data is useful to measure volatility, reduce recall bias, and measure dynamic treatment effects. We conduct the first experimental evaluation of high-frequency phone surveys in a developing country or with ...