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Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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Mathematical Methods in the Social Sciences
- 2011 Motivation vs. Relevance: Using Strong Ties to Find a Job in Urban China. Forthcoming in Social Science Research.
Manuscripts Under Review
- Do Job Seekers Benefit from Contacts?: A Direct Test (with G. Lan). Under review at American Sociological Review.
- Legitimacy vs. Experience: Returnee Entrepreneurs and Political Ties in China. Under review at Administrative Science Quarterly.
- Politics of Conformity: Exogenous Triggers of Endogenous Cultural Change (with E. Zuckerman and J. Zhang). Under review at American Journal of Sociology.
- Knowledge Transfer as a Mixed Blessing for Returnee Firms: The Case of Shanghai’s Fabless Semiconductor Design. To be submitted to Industry and Corporate Change.
- Tradition in Fashion: Dynamics of Personal-Name Popularity in the U.S., 1880-2008 (with J. Zhang and E. Zuckerman). To be submitted to American Sociological Review.
- The Value of Local Embeddedness for Returnee Entrepreneurs (with Y. Wang and J. Li).
- How Ties Help the Job-Seeker in Extensive Job Search (with A. Sterling)
- What Makes Strong Ties Valuable for job Seekers (with G. Lan)