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Scott E Page
Scott E Page
John Seely Brown Distinguished University Professor, U Michigan and External Faculty SFI
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The difference: How the power of diversity creates better groups, firms, schools, and societies
SE Page
Princeton Univ Pr, 2008
4907*2008
Complex adaptive systems: An introduction to computational models of social life
JH Miller, SE Page
Princeton Univ Pr, 2007
3694*2007
Groups of diverse problem solvers can outperform groups of high-ability problem solvers
L Hong, SE Page
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of …, 2004
22572004
Path dependence
SE Page
Quarterly Journal of Political Science 1 (1), 87-115, 2006
11572006
Diversity and complexity
SE Page
Princeton Univ Pr, 2010
11062010
Problem solving by heterogeneous agents
L Hong, SE Page
Journal of economic theory 97 (1), 123-163, 2001
6292001
Exploration versus exploitation in space, mind, and society
TT Hills, PM Todd, D Lazer, AD Redish, ID Couzin
Trends in cognitive sciences 19 (1), 46-54, 2015
5812015
The diversity bonus: How great teams pay off in the knowledge economy
S Page, N Cantor, E Lewis
Princeton University Press, 2019
5682019
Path dependence and the validation of agent‐based spatial models of land use
DG Brown, S Page, R Riolo, M Zellner, W Rand
International journal of geographical information science 19 (2), 153-174, 2005
5362005
Making the difference: applying a logic of diversity
SE Page
The Academy of Management Perspectives ARCHIVE 21 (4), 6-20, 2007
4942007
Adaptive parties in spatial elections
K Kollman, JH Miller, SE Page
American Political Science Review 86 (4), 929-937, 1992
4581992
Agent-based models of land-use and land-cover change
DC Parker, T Berger, SM Manson, WJ McConnell
LUCC, 2002
3352002
Embracing chaos and complexity: A quantum change for public health
K Resnicow, SE Page
American journal of public health 98 (8), 1382, 2008
3182008
The model thinker: What you need to know to make data work for you
SE Page
Basic Books, 2018
3032018
Can game (s) theory explain culture?
J Bednar, S Page
Rationality and Society 19 (1), 65-97, 2007
2382007
Political institutions and sorting in a Tiebout model
K Kollman, JH Miller, SE Page
2372003
Agent-based and analytical modeling to evaluate the effectiveness of greenbelts
DG Brown, SE Page, R Riolo, W Rand
Environmental Modelling & Software 19 (12), 1097-1109, 2004
2212004
Agent-based models
S De Marchi, SE Page
Annual Review of political science 17 (1), 1-20, 2014
2012014
Behavioral spillovers and cognitive load in multiple games: An experimental study
J Bednar, Y Chen, TX Liu, S Page
Games and Economic Behavior 74 (1), 12-31, 2012
1882012
Political parties and electoral landscapes
K Kollman, JH Miller, SE Page
British Journal of Political Science 28 (01), 139-158, 1998
1771998
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