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Mattias Smangs

Mattias Smångs, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Sociology (at Lincoln Center)
B.A., Ph.L., University of Stockholm;
M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D., Columbia, 2010

Office: Lowenstein Hall 925A
113 W. 60th Street
New York, NY 10023
Phone: (212) 636-6697
Fax: (212) 636-7153

Research Interests
Social network analysis, sociology of crime, violence, and delinquency, economic and organizational sociology.

Articles Smångs, M., 2010. "Delinquency, Social Skills, and the Structure of Peer Relations: Assessing Criminological Theories by Social Network Theory," Social Forces 89(2): 609-631.

Smångs, M., 2008. "Business Groups in the 20th-Century Swedish Political Economy: A Sociological Perspective." American Journal of Economics and Sociology 67(5): 889-913.

Smångs, M., 2008. “Ägar- och styrelsenätverk bland svenska storföretag vid 1900-talets slut: en explorative studie" ["Ownership Networks and Interlocking Directorships in Swedish Big Business at the End of the Twentieth Century: An Exploratory Study"]. Nordiske Organisasjonsstudier[Nordic Organization Studies].10(2): 74-96.

Smångs, M., 2006. "The Nature of the Business Group: A Social Network Perspective."Organization 13(6): 889-909.

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