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The Internet and social capital

Letture importanti

Gentzkow, M., Shapiro, J. M. (2010). Ideological Segregation Online and Offline. Quarterly Journal of Economics, forthcoming

We use individual and aggregate data to ask how the Internet is changing the ideological...

Sabatini, F., Sarracino, F. (2014). Online networks and subjective well-being. MPRA Paper 56436.

Does Facebook make people lonely and unhappy? Empirical studies have produced conflicting results...

Sabatini, F., Sarracino, F. (2014). E-participation: social capital and the Internet. MPRA Paper 55722.

We add to the literature by conducting the first empirical assessment of how online networking...

Archivio della reading list

Anderson, J., Rainie, L. (2010). The future of social relations. Pew Internet & American Life Research Center

The social benefits of internet use will far outweigh the negatives over the next decade, according...

Antoci, F., Sabatini, F., Sodini, M. (2011). Economic growth, technological progress and social capital: the inverted U hypothesis. Metroeconomica

We set up a theoretical framework to analyze the possible role of economic growth and technological...

Burke, M., Marlowe, C., Lento, T. (2010). Social Network Activity and Social Well-Being. Carnegie Mellon Human-Computer Interaction Institute

Previous research has shown a relationship between use of social networking sites and feelings of...

Castronova E., Wagner G. G. (2011). Virtual Life Satisfaction. Kyklos 64 (3), 313-328

We study life satisfaction data from the 2005 World Values Survey and a 2009 survey of users of the...

Chaim F., Gandal, N. (2008). Microstructure of Collaboration: The Network of Open Source Software. Working Papers 08-01, NET Institute

The open source model is a form of software development with source code that is typically made...

Prossimi eventi


Social capital, public participation and democracy

Mer, 2018-09-12 - Ven, 2018-09-14


Networks and Innovation

Giov, 2018-11-15 - Sab, 2018-11-17