Yair Livne

Independent

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Scholarly Papers (5)

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Taking to the Streets: Theory and Evidence on Protests under Authoritarianism

APSA 2010 Annual Meeting Paper
Number of pages: 45 Posted: 19 Jul 2010 Last Revised: 28 Apr 2011
Stanford University, Independent and Stanford University - Department of Political Science
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Mass Revolutions vs. Elite Coups

APSA 2009 Toronto Meeting Paper
Number of pages: 53 Posted: 13 Aug 2009 Last Revised: 15 Feb 2011
Ruth Kricheli and Yair Livne
Stanford University and Independent
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autocracy, regime transitions, revolutions, coups

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Strategic Random Networks: Why Social Networking Technology Matters

Number of pages: 34 Posted: 27 Mar 2010 Last Revised: 14 Apr 2010
Benjamin Golub and Yair Livne
Stanford Graduate School of Business and Independent
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network formation, random graphs, random networks, socializing, phase transition

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Rigidity of Transfers and Unraveling in Matching Markets

Number of pages: 55 Posted: 20 Jan 2013 Last Revised: 18 Feb 2015
Songzi Du and Yair Livne
University of California, San Diego (UCSD) - Department of Economics and Independent
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matching, unraveling, transfers, sequential stability

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Strategic Random Networks

NET Institute Working Paper No. 10-21
Number of pages: 34 Posted: 20 Oct 2010
Benjamin Golub and Yair Livne
Stanford Graduate School of Business and Independent
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Network Formation, Random Graphs, Random Networks, Phase Transition

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Taking to the Streets

APSA 2011 Annual Meeting Paper
Posted: 01 Aug 2011
Stanford University - Department of Political Science, Stanford University and Independent

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