Mathijs De Vaan
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The dynamics of interfirm networks along the industry life cycle: The case of the global video game industry, 1987–2007
PA Balland, M De Vaan, R Boschma
Journal of Economic Geography 13 (5), 741-765, 2013
2802013
Game changer: The topology of creativity
M De Vaan, D Stark, B Vedres
American Journal of Sociology 120 (4), 1144-1194, 2015
1942015
The Matthew effect in science funding
T Bol, M de Vaan, A van de Rijt
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (19), 4887-4890, 2018
1052018
Clustering and firm performance in project-based industries: the case of the global video game industry, 1972–2007
M De Vaan, R Boschma, K Frenken
Journal of Economic Geography 13 (6), 965-991, 2012
862012
The formation of economic networks: A proximity approach
R Boschma, PA Balland, M de Vaan
Regional development and proximity relations, 2014
472014
Interfirm networks in periods of technological turbulence and stability
M De Vaan
Research Policy 43 (10), 1666-1680, 2014
322014
Obscured transparency? Compensation benchmarking and the biasing of executive pay
M De Vaan, B Elbers, TA DiPrete
Management Science 65 (9), 4299-4317, 2019
7*2019
Does intra-household contagion cause an increase in prescription opioid use?
M de Vaan, T Stuart
American Sociological Review 84 (4), 577-608, 2019
62019
Intermediation and Vertical Integration in the Market for Surgeons
ZC Brot-Goldberg, M de Vaan
42019
Improving data access democratizes and diversifies science
A Nagaraj, E Shears, M de Vaan
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (38), 23490-23498, 2020
22020
Social Influence in the COVID-19 Pandemic: Community Establishments’ Closure Decisions Follow Those of Nearby Chain Establishments
M de Vaan, S Mumtaz, A Nagaraj, SB Srivastava
12020
Micro-structural foundations of network inequality: Evidence from a field experiment in professional networking
M de Vaan, D Wang
Social Networks, 2020
2020
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