Segregation in Social Networks: A Structural Approach
AbstractI use the model to simulate policies whose goal is to increase the degree of interracial contact. I re-assign some minority students to another school where there are only few minority students. The simulations show that these policies decrease students' welfare in the new stationary equilibrium.
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