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This is the website for the Spring 2019 edition of MGT 780: Social Network Analysis, a Ph.D. level course taught each Spring by Steve Borgatti at the University of Kentucky. The course is offered under the auspices of the LINKS Center at the Gatton College of Business and Economics, as well as the Dept. of Sociology. Here is the syllabus and the schedule for semester. Drop-ins are welcome. The class meets Tuesdays 10-12:30 in the Gatton Business & Economics building, room 330.

The focus of this course is doing social network research. As such, the focus is on the theoretical concepts and methodology of social network analysis. We do not focus on the empirical findings of the field to date. For that, I recommend MGT 795 Social Networks and Organizations taught by Dan Brass, usually in the Fall.

FYI, the website for previous editions of this class are available. The websites are very similar, so you have to be careful not to mix them up. BTW, the short name for this website is mgt780.net 

News!

  • Presentation by Michael Jensen - Feb 22 10:30-12 B&E 330 The Paradox of Awards: How Status Ripples Affect Who Benefits From CEO Awardsby Michael Jensen, Torsten Twardawski, Nadja YounesFriday 22 Feb 2019 in room B&E 330 from ...
    Posted by Steve Borgatti
  • Presentation by Nathaniel Hudson! My talk on centrality metrics that I mentioned earlier is scheduled for Wednesday, February 13th at 4:00pm in the Davis Marksbury Building theatre on the first floor. The paper ...
    Posted Feb 12, 2019, 6:52 AM by Steve Borgatti
  • Free workshop: SNA using R. B&E391 10am-4:30:pm On Friday, April 6, Filip Agneessens will cover “Social network analysis of multiple groups with R: An overview of dyadic, individual, group level and multilevel models” (10am-230pm) and “An ...
    Posted Apr 2, 2018, 8:19 AM by Steve Borgatti
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