Welcome to CARMA’s Webcast and
Topic Interest Group (Macro Research)

Dr. Michael Howard, Texas A&M University

Network Analysis

March 3rd, 2021 / 12:00 – 1:30 pm ET

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Michael Howard is the Academic Director of the McFerrin Center for Entrepreneurship and an Associate Professor in the Mays Business School at Texas A&M University. He received his Ph.D. in Technology Entrepreneurship and Strategic Management from the Foster School of Business at the University of Washington. He completed an MBA with a concentration in Finance and a bachelor’s degree in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering, both from the University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign. His industry experience includes eight years in corporate finance with Intel, during which he worked as a senior finance manager in the Desktop Products Group, managing product cost forecasts and financial strategy for Intel’s long-term microprocessor product roadmap. His research interests include technology and innovation management, organizational genealogy, entrepreneurship, and social network analysis. His work has been accepted for publication in the Academy of Management Journal, Strategic Management Journal, Organization Science, Journal of Business Venturing, Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, Journal of Management Studies, and Social Networks.

Abstract

Network analysis has become increasingly popular in management research. It allows scholars to explore the formation and evolution of social ties at many levels of analysis, from advice-giving networks among coworkers to the formation of alliances or affiliations between organizations. Among many other applications, network analysis enables us to study social status, the dynamics of competitive rivalry, or the diffusion of innovations and new strategies between firms. This CARMA webcast provides an introduction to the types of research questions that can be pursued through the analysis of network tie formation and evolution. It will cover the basic approach to data structure and design, along with examples and information on developing studies using exponential random graph models and stochastic actor-oriented models.

Topic Interest Group – Macro Research

March 3, 2021 / 1:30 pm ET

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