Professor in Political Science and Computer and Information Science

David Lazer

Political Networks: Publications List

Research Areas: 

D. Lazer, “Networks in Political Science:  Back to the Future”, PS:  Political Science& Politics, 44, 2011:  61-68.

 D. Lazer, B. Rubineau, C. Chetkovich, N. Katz, and M. Neblo “The coevolution of networks and political attitudes,” Political Communication 27(3), 2010:  248–274.

 D. Lazer, “Regulatory Capitalism as a Networked Order:  The International System as an Informational Network,”  Annalsof the American Academy of Political and Social Science, March, 2005.

 D. Carpenter, K. Esterling, and D. Lazer, “The Strength of Strong Ties: A Model of Contact-Making in Policy Networks with Evidence from U.S. Health Politics,” Rationality and Society, November 2003.

 D. Lazer, and V. Mayer-Schönberger, “Governing Networks,” Brooklyn Journal of International Law, 27(3), 2002.

 D. Lazer, “Regulatory Interdependence and International Governance,” Journal of European Public Policy, April 2001, 474-492.

 D. Lazer, “The Co-evolution of Individual and Network,” Journal of Mathematical Sociology, January 2001: 69-108.

 D. Lazer, “The Free Trade Epidemic of the 1860s and Other Outbreaks of Economic Discrimination,” World Politics, July 1999.

 D. Carpenter, K. Esterling, and D. Lazer, “Strength of Weak Ties in Lobbying Networks:  Evidence from Health-Care Politics in the United States,” Journal of Theoretical Politics, October 1998.