Steve Borgatti

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  1. Borgatti, S.P. [forthcoming]. 2-Mode Concepts in Social Network Analysis. Encyclopedia of Complexity and System Science. [pdf]

  2. Y. Chen, G. Paul, R. Cohen, S. Havlin, S. P. Borgatti, F. Liljeros, and H. E. Stanley, "Percolation Theory and Fragmentation Measures in Social Networks", Physica A 378, 11-19. [pdf]

  3. Chen, Y., Paul, G., Cohen, R., Havlin, S., Borgatti, S. Liljeros, F., Stanley, H.E. 2007. Percolation theory applied to measures of fragmentation in social networks. Phys Rev E Stat Nonlin Soft Matter Phys. 2007 Apr ;75 (4 Pt 2):046107 17500961 [pdf]

  4. Borgatti, S.P, and Carboni, I. 2007. Measuring individual knowledge in organizations. Organizational Research Methods 10(3): 449-462. [pdf]

  5. DeJordy, R., Borgatti, S.P., Roussin, C. and Halgin, D. 2007.Visualizing Proximity Data. Field Methods.19: 239-263 [pdf]

  6. Borgatti, S. P. and Everett, M.G. 2006. A graph-theoretic framework for classifying centrality measures. Social Networks 28(4): 466-484. [pdf].

  7. Borgatti, S.P., Carley, K., and Krackhardt, D. 2006. Robustness of Centrality Measures under Conditions of Imperfect Data. Social Networks 28: 124–136. [pdf]

  8. Borgatti, S.P. 2005. Centrality and network flow. Social Networks. 27(1): 55-71. [pdf]

  9. Everett, M.G., and Borgatti, S.P. 2005. Ego-Network Betweenness. Social Networks. 27(1): 31-38 [pdf]

  10. Borgatti, S.P. and Molina, J.L. 2005. Toward ethical guidelines for network research in organizations. Social Networks. 27(2): 107-117 [pdf]

  11. Cross, R. & Borgatti, S.P. The Ties That Share: Relational Characteristics that Facilitate Information Seeking. In M.H. Huysman and V. Wulf (Eds) Social Capital and IT. MIT Press: Cambridge. (Accepted) [pdf]

  12. Borgatti, S.P. 2006. Identifying sets of key players in a network. Computational, Mathematical and Organizational Theory. 12(1): 21-34 [pdf]

  13. Borgatti, S.P. and Molina, J-L. 2003. Ethical and strategic issues in organizational network analysis. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science. 39(3): 337-350. [pdf]

  14. Borgatti, S.P. and Foster, P. 2003. The network paradigm in organizational research:  A review and typology. Journal of Management. 29(6): 991-1013 [pdf]

  15. Stevenson, W. S., Bartunek, J. M., and Borgatti, S. P. 2003. Front and backstage processes of an organizational restructuring effort. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science. 39(3): 243-259 [pdf]

  16. Borgatti, S.P. 2003. The Key Player Problem. In Dynamic Social Network Modeling and Analysis: Workshop Summary and Papers, R. Breiger, K. Carley, & P. Pattison, (Eds.) National Academy of Sciences Press,. Pp. 241-252. [Word]

  17. Luczkovich, J.J., Borgatti, S.P., Johnson, J.C. and Everett , M.G. 2003. Defining and Measuring Trophic Role Similarity in Food Webs Using Regular Equivalence. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 220(3): 303-321. [pdf]

  18. Johnson, Borgatti, Luczkovich and Everett 2003. Network Role Analysis in the Study of Food Webs:An Application of Regular Role Coloration. :Journal of Social Structure 2(3). [html]

  19. Borgatti, S.P. and Cross, R. 2003. A Relational View of Information Seeking and Learning in Social Networks. Management Science. 49(4): 432-445.[pdf]

  20. Nyblom, J., Borgatti, S., Roslakka, J., and Salo, M. Statistical analysis of network data: An application to diffusion of innovation. Social Networks. 25 (2003) 175–195.[pdf]

  21. Weeks, M.R., Clair, S., Borgatti, S.P., Radda, K., and Schensul, J.J. 2002. Social networks of drug users in high risk sites: Finding the connections. AIDS and Behavior 6(2): 193-206. [pdf]

  22. Cross, R., Parker, A., & Borgatti, S.P. 2002. Making Invisible Work Visible: Using Social Network Analysis to Support Strategic Collaboration. California Management Review. 44(2): 25-46. [pdf]

  23. Borgatti, S.P. 2002. A Statistical Method for Comparing Aggregate Data Across a priori Groups. Field Methods 14(1): 88-107.[pdf]

  24. Cross, R., Parker, A., Prusak, L. & Borgatti, S.P. 2001. Knowing What We Know: Supporting Knowledge Creation and Sharing in Social Networks. Organizational Dynamics 30(2): 100-120. [pdf]

  25. Cross, R., Borgatti, S.P., & Parker, A. 2001. Beyond Answers:  Dimensions of the Advice Network. Social Networks 23(3): 215-235. [pdf]

  26. Johnson, J., Borgatti, SP, Luczkovich, J. & Everett, M.G. 2001. Regular coloration & food webs. Journal of Social Structure. 2(3): 1-15. [html]

  27. Cross, R.L., Parker, A. and Borgatti, S.P. 2000. A birds-eye view: Using social network analysis to improve knowledge creation and sharing. Knowledge Directions. 2(1): 48-61. [pdf]

  28. Snijders, T.A.B. and Borgatti, S.P. 1999. Non-parametric standard errors and tests for network statistics. Connections, 22(2): 61-70. [pdf]

  29. Borgatti, S.P. and Everett , M.G. 1999. Models of Core/Periphery Structures. Social Networks 21: 375-395. [PDF]

  30. Everett, M.G. and Borgatti, S.P. 1999. Peripheries of Cohesive Subsets. Social Networks 21: 397-407. [PDF]

  31. Everett, M. G., & Borgatti, S. P. 1999. The centrality of groups and classes. Journal of Mathematical Sociology. 23(3): 181-201.[pdf]

  32. Borgatti, S.P., Jones, C. and Everett, M.G. 1998. Network measures of social capital. CONNECTIONS 21(2):-36 [html]

  33. Borgatti, S.P. 1998. (Ed.) A SOCNET discussion on the origins of the term 'social capital'. Connections 21(2): 37-46. [html]

  34. Borgatti, S.P. 1998. Elicitation Methods for Cultural Domain Analysis. in J. Schensul & M. LeCompte (Ed.) The Ethnographer's Toolkit, Volume 3. Walnut Creek: Altamira Press.

  35. Everett, M. G. and Borgatti, S. P. 1998. Analyzing clique overlap. Connections, 21(1): 49-61.

  36. Jones, C., Hesterley, W. S., Fladmoe-Lindquist, K., & Borgatti, S. P. 1998. Professional service constellations: How strategies and capabilities influence collaborative stability and change. Organization Science, 9(3): 396-410. [pdf]

  37. Borgatti, S. P. 1997. Structural holes: Unpacking Burt’s redundancy measures. Connections, 20(1): 35‑38. [pdf]

  38. Jones, C., Hesterly, W. S., & Borgatti, S. P. 1997. A general theory of network governance: Exchange conditions and social mechanisms. Academy of Management Review, 22(4): 911‑945. [pdf]

  39. Borgatti, S. P., & Everett, M. G. 1997. Network analysis of 2-mode data. Social Networks, 19(3): 243-269. [pdf]

  40. Everett, M.G., & Borgatti, S. P. 1996. Exact colorations of graphs and digraphs. Social Networks, 18(4): 319-331. [pdf]

  41. Borgatti, S. P. & Jones, C. 1996. A measure of past collaboration. Connections, 19(1): 58-60 [pdf]

  42. Borgatti, S. P. 1994. Using MDS to infer relative status from dominance matrices. Connections, 17(2): 75-77. [Word]

  43. Borgatti, S.P. 1994. A quorum of graph theoretic concepts. Connections 17(1): 47-49. [html]

  44. Everett, M.G., & Borgatti, S. P. 1994. Regular equivalence: General theory. Journal of Mathematical Sociology, 19(1): 29-52. [pdf]

  45. White, D. R., & Borgatti, S. P. 1994. Betweenness centrality measures for directed graphs. Social Networks, 16(4): 335-346. [pdf]

  46. Borgatti, S. P. 1994. Cultural domain analysis. Journal of Quantitative Anthropology, 4: 261-278. [pdf]

  47. Borgatti, S. P., & Everett, M. G. 1994. Ecological and perfect colorings. Social Networks, 16: 43-55. [pdf]

  48. Borgatti, S. P., & Everett, M. G. 1993. Two algorithms for computing regular equivalence. Social Networks, 15: 361-376. [pdf]

  49. Everett, M. G., & Borgatti, S. P. 1993. An extension of regular colouring of graphs to digraphs, networks and hypergraphs. Social Networks, 15: 237-254. [pdf]

  50. Stanton, B., Aronson, R., Borgatti, S. P., Galbraith, J., Feigelman, S., and the AIDS Youth Research Team. 1993. Urban adolescent high-risk sexual behavior: Corroboration of focus group discussions through pile-sorting. AIDS Education and Prevention, 5(2): 162-174. [not available yet]

  51. Borgatti, S. P., & Everett, M. G. 1992. Graph colorings and power in experimental exchange networks. Social Networks, 14: 287-308. [pdf]

  52. Borgatti, S. P., & Everett, M. G. 1992. Notions of position in social network analysis. Sociological Methodology, 22: 1-35.  [pdf]

  53. Borgatti, S. P., & Everett, M. G. 1992. Regular blockmodels of multiway, multimode matrices. Social Networks, 14: 91-120.  [pdf]

  54. Borgatti, S. P. 1992. Special issue on blockmodels: Introduction. Social Networks, 14: 1-3. [pdf]

  55. Freeman, L. C., Borgatti, S. P., & White, D. R. 1991. Centrality in valued graphs: A measure of betweenness based on network flow. Social Networks, 13(2): 141-154. [pdf]

  56. Everett, M. G., & Borgatti, S. P. 1991. Role colouring a graph. Mathematical Social Sciences, 21: 183-188. [pdf]

  57. Borgatti, S. P., Everett, M. G., & Shirey, P. 1990. LS sets, lambda sets and other cohesive subsets. Social Networks, 12: 337-357.  [pdf]

  58. Everett, M. G., & Borgatti, S. P. 1990. A note on juncture homomorphisms. Social Networks, 12:385-389.  [pdf]

  59. Everett, M. G., & Borgatti, S. P. 1990. A testing example for positional analysis techniques. Social Networks, 12: 253-260. [pdf]

  60. Everett, M. G., Boyd, J. P., & Borgatti, S. P. 1990. Ego-centered and local roles: A graph theoretic approach. Journal of Mathematical Sociology, 15(3-4): 163-172. [not available yet]

  61. Borgatti, S. P., Boyd, J. P., & Everett, M. G. 1989. Iterated roles: Mathematics and application. Social Networks, 11: 159-172. [pdf]

  62. Borgatti, S. P., & Everett, M. G. 1989. The class of all regular equivalences: Algebraic structure and computation. Social Networks, 11: 65-88.[pdf]

  63. Borgatti, S. P. 1988. A comment on Doreian's regular equivalence in symmetric structures. Social Networks, 10: 265-271. [pdf]

  64. Everett, M. G., & Borgatti, S. P. 1988. Calculating role similarities: An algorithm that helps determine the orbits of a graph. Social Networks, 10: 77-91. [pdf]