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Dynamic Social Interactions: Identification and Characterization


  • Onur Ozgur

    (University of Montreal)

  • Alberto Bisin

    (New York University)


multiplier) at equilibrium of a class of static economies (complete and incomplete information and with different social structures, eg. overlapping groups, simple networks) of social interactions, derive comparative statics analysis of such properties and study identification with respect to selection-induced correlations. Secondly and most importantly, to characterize equilibrium properties of a class of dynamic economies with social interactions, e.g., ergodicity, auto-correlation, speed of convergence and other statistical properties.

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  • Onur Ozgur & Alberto Bisin, 2007. "Dynamic Social Interactions: Identification and Characterization," 2007 Meeting Papers 402, Society for Economic Dynamics.
  • Handle: RePEc:red:sed007:402

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