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Economic Action and Social Structure: The Problem of Embeddedness
 American Journal of Sociology
, 1985
"... How behavior and institutions are affected by social relations is one of the classic questions of social theory. This paper concerns the extent to which economic action is embedded in structures of social relations, in modern industrial society. Although the usual neoclassical accounts provide an &q ..."
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How behavior and institutions are affected by social relations is one of the classic questions of social theory. This paper concerns the extent to which economic action is embedded in structures of social relations, in modern industrial society. Although the usual neoclassical accounts provide
National debt in a neoclassical growth model.'
 American Economic Review,
"... This paper contains a model designed to serve two purposes, to examine longrun competitive equilibrium in a growth model and then to explore the effects on this equilibrium of government debt. Samuelson [8] has examined the determination of interest rates in a singlecommodity world without durable ..."
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. After describing alternative longrun equilibria available to a centrally planned economy, the competitive solution is described. In this economy, which has an infinitely long life, it is seen that, despite the absence of all the usual sources of inefficiency, the competitive solution can be inefficient
MACROECONOMICS AND REALITY
 ECONOMETRICA
, 1980
"... Existing strategies for econometric analysis related to macroeconomics are subject to a number of serious objections, some recently formulated, some old. These objections are summarized in this paper, and it is argued that taken together they make it unlikely that macroeconomic models are in fact ov ..."
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over identified, as the existing statistical theory usually assumes. The implications of this conclusion are explored, and an example of econometric work in a nonstandard style, taking account of the objections to the standard style, is presented.
Power and centrality: A family of measures.
 13656 www.pnas.org/cgi/doi/10.1073/pnas.1401211111 Contractor and DeChurch
, 1987
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JSTOR, please contact support@jstor.org. Although network centrality is generally assumed to produce power, recent research shows that this is not the case in exchange networks. This paper proposes a generalization of the concept of centrality that accounts for both the usual positive relationship
How important is methodology for the estimates of the determinants of happiness
 Economic Journal
, 2004
"... Psychologists and sociologists usually interpret happiness scores as cardinal and comparable across respondents, and thus run OLS regressions on happiness and changes in happiness. Economists usually assume only ordinality and have mainly used ordered latent response models, thereby not taking satis ..."
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Psychologists and sociologists usually interpret happiness scores as cardinal and comparable across respondents, and thus run OLS regressions on happiness and changes in happiness. Economists usually assume only ordinality and have mainly used ordered latent response models, thereby not taking
Principal Curves
, 1989
"... Principal curves are smooth onedimensional curves that pass through the middle of a pdimensional data set, providing a nonlinear summary of the data. They are nonparametric, and their shape is suggested by the data. The algorithm for constructing principal curve starts with some prior summary, suc ..."
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, such as the usual principalcomponent line. The curve in each successive iteration is a smooth or local average of the pdimensional points, where the definition of local is based on the distance in arc length of the projections of the points onto the curve found in the previous iteration. In this article principal
Oligomorphic permutation groups
 LONDON MATHEMATICAL SOCIETY STUDENT TEXTS
, 1999
"... A permutation group G (acting on a set Ω, usually infinite) is said to be oligomorphic if G has only finitely many orbits on Ω n (the set of ntuples of elements of Ω). Such groups have traditionally been linked with model theory and combinatorial enumeration; more recently their grouptheoretic pro ..."
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A permutation group G (acting on a set Ω, usually infinite) is said to be oligomorphic if G has only finitely many orbits on Ω n (the set of ntuples of elements of Ω). Such groups have traditionally been linked with model theory and combinatorial enumeration; more recently their group
CapitalSkill Complementarity and Inequality: A Macroeconomic Analysis
, 1997
"... There have been striking postwar changes in the supply and price of skilled labor relative to unskilled labor. The relative quantity of skilled labor has increased substantially, and the skill premium, which is the wage of skilled labor relative to unskilled labor, has grown significantly since 1980 ..."
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1980. Many studies have found that it is difficult to account for the increase in the skill premium on the basis of observable variables and have concluded that latent "skillbiased technological change" is the main factor responsible for the increase. This paper develops a framework
The tradeoffs of large scale learning
 IN: ADVANCES IN NEURAL INFORMATION PROCESSING SYSTEMS 20
, 2008
"... This contribution develops a theoretical framework that takes into account the effect of approximate optimization on learning algorithms. The analysis shows distinct tradeoffs for the case of smallscale and largescale learning problems. Smallscale learning problems are subject to the usual approx ..."
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This contribution develops a theoretical framework that takes into account the effect of approximate optimization on learning algorithms. The analysis shows distinct tradeoffs for the case of smallscale and largescale learning problems. Smallscale learning problems are subject to the usual
The local power of some unit root tests for panel data
 Advances in Econometrics, Vol. 15: Nonstationary Panels, Panel Cointegration, and Dynamic Panels, JAI
, 2000
"... To test the hypothesis of a di erence stationary time series against a trend stationary alternative, Levin and Lin (1993) and Im, Pesaran and Shin (1997) suggest bias adjusted tstatistics. Such corrections are necessary to account for the nonzero mean of the tstatistic in the case of an OLS detren ..."
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To test the hypothesis of a di erence stationary time series against a trend stationary alternative, Levin and Lin (1993) and Im, Pesaran and Shin (1997) suggest bias adjusted tstatistics. Such corrections are necessary to account for the nonzero mean of the tstatistic in the case of an OLS
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