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We're opening up the project to new external members, so please feel free to spread the word around. You can ask a friend, a colleague or just tweet or post on your Facebook. Your friends can join your team or we can have them their own. Please share this new application link: http://hci.st/joinstanfordresearchers
 
We're opening up the project to new external members, so please feel free to spread the word around. You can ask a friend, a colleague or just tweet or post on your Facebook. Your friends can join your team or we can have them their own. Please share this new application link: http://hci.st/joinstanfordresearchers
  
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#Model DCO Template SWARM [https://docs.google.com/document/d/1JoLaDf7jRAxYNwhG6avmKvD5euTWAesSyb8g8xuzHLI/edit?pli=1]
  
 
== Relevant work about Micro+Macro ==
 
== Relevant work about Micro+Macro ==

Revision as of 23:19, 2 May 2015

We discover multiple links and papers, and often share and discuss them on Slack. However, because of the chat interface, those links are lost. As a work around, we're creating this page where all relevant links, papers or articles can be saved. It would be easy to find relevant work later, and I hope you all find it useful. Feel free to add categories or sections as you feel fit. Thanks.

Recruitments Open

We're opening up the project to new external members, so please feel free to spread the word around. You can ask a friend, a colleague or just tweet or post on your Facebook. Your friends can join your team or we can have them their own. Please share this new application link: http://hci.st/joinstanfordresearchers

Relevant work about Open Gov

  1. Model DCO Template SWARM [1]

Relevant work about Micro+Macro

Uncategorized Links

  1. Reputation Inflation: Evidence from an Online Labor Market [2]
  2. Education on Air Join for free online conference on May 8th and 9th, 2015 [3]
  3. Google’s Hybrid Approach to Research [4]
  4. Networks in Labor Markets: Wage and Employment Dynamics and Inequality [5]