Federico Bianchi
Federico Bianchi
Assistant professor, Department of Social and Political Sciences, University of Milan
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Agent‐based models in sociology
F Bianchi, F Squazzoni
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Computational Statistics 7 (4), 284-306, 2015
Solidarity as a byproduct of professional collaboration: Social support and trust in a coworking space
F Bianchi, N Casnici, F Squazzoni
Social Networks 54, 61-72, 2018
Unlock ways to share data on peer review
F Squazzoni, P Ahrweiler, T Barros, F Bianchi, A Birukou, HJJ Blom, ...
Nature 578 (7796), 512-514, 2020
The effect of social relationships on cognitive decline in older adults: an updated systematic review and meta-analysis of longitudinal cohort studies
M Piolatto, F Bianchi, M Rota, A Marengoni, A Akbaritabar, F Squazzoni
BMC Public Health 22, 278, 2022
The peer review game: an agent-based model of scientists facing resource constraints and institutional pressures
F Bianchi, F Grimaldo, G Bravo, F Squazzoni
Scientometrics 116 (3), 1401-1420, 2018
Solidarity in collaboration networks when everyone competes for the strongest partner: a stochastic actor-based simulation model
F Bianchi, A Flache, F Squazzoni
The Journal of Mathematical Sociology, 2020
The F3-index. Valuing reviewers for scholarly journals
F Bianchi, F Grimaldo, F Squazzoni
Journal of Informetrics 13 (1), 78-86, 2019
Is Three Better than One? Simulating the Effect of Reviewer Selection and Behavior on the Quality and Efficiency of Peer Review
F Bianchi, F Squazzoni
Proceedings of the 2015 Winter Simulation Conference, 4081-4089, 2016
From Roma autochthonous homophily to socialization and community building in the Parisian metropolitan region shantytowns
G Cousin, F Bianchi, T Vitale
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 47 (13), 2938-2960, 2021
Modelling and social science. Problems and promises
F Bianchi, F Squazzoni
Modelling Transitions: Virtues, Vices, Visions of the Future, 2019
Can transparency undermine peer review? A simulation model of scientist behavior under open peer review
F Bianchi, F Squazzoni
Science and Public Policy 49 (5), 791-800, 2022
Dangerous liaisons: an online experiment on the role of scientific experts and politicians in ensuring public support for anti-COVID measures
M Farjam, F Bianchi, F Squazzoni, G Bravo
Royal Society Open Science 8 (3), 201310, 2021
Measuring the effect of reviewers on manuscript change: A study on a sample of submissions to Royal Society journals (2006–2017)
F Bianchi, D García-Costa, F Grimaldo, F Squazzoni
Journal of Informetrics 16 (3), 101316, 2022
Gender bias in the classroom: a network study on self and peer ability attribution
E De Gioannis, F Bianchi, F Squazzoni
Social Networks 72, 44-51, 2023
Status, cognitive overload, and incomplete information in advice-seeking networks: an agent-based model
F Renzini, F Bianchi, F Squazzoni
Social Networks 76, 150-159, 2024
Structure of personal networks and cognitive abilities: A study on a sample of Italian older adults
F Bianchi, M Piolatto, A Marengoni, F Squazzoni
Social Networks 74, 71-77, 2023
Making bonds of solidarity from economic exchange. A review essay
F Bianchi
Sociologica 14 (1), 207-225, 2020
Exploring interventions on social outcomes with in silico, agent-based experiments
F Squazzoni, F Bianchi
Causality in Policy Studies: A Pluralist Toolbox, 217–234, 2023
Diversity, integration, and variability of intergenerational relationships in old age: New insights from personal network research
R Vacca, F Bianchi
Social Science Research 119, 102991, 2024
The new frontiers of social simulation in the data science era: an introduction to the proceedings
F Renzini, C Debernardi, F Bianchi, M Cremonini, F Squazzoni
Advances in Social Simulation. Proceedings of the 17th Social Simulation …, 2023
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