Politics Matters: Dynamics of Inter-organizational Networks among Immigrant Associations
We model the dynamics of the two-mode network among directors and boards of voluntary associations, using a stochastic actor-based model, SIENA , including the structural effects proposed in , and considering the political orientation of associations as a covariate. Using data from , we compare the evolution of interlocks among Turkish associations in two European capitals, and explain the noticeable difference in structure by looking at statistically significant differences among the estimated effects.
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