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    • Networks, Hierarchies, and Markets: Aggregating Collective Problem Solving in Social Systems 

      Lazer, David; Mergel, Ines; Ziniel, Curt; Neblo, Michael (John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, 2009)
      How do decentralized systems collectively solve problems? Here we explore the interplay among three canonical forms of collective organization—markets, networks, and hierarchies—in aggregating decentralized problem solving. ...
    • Who Wants to Deliberate - and Why? 

      Neblo, Michael; Esterling, Kevin; Kennedy, Ryan Andrew; Lazer, David; Sokhey, Anand (John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, 2009)
      Interest in deliberative theories of democracy has grown tremendously among political theorists over the last twenty years. Many scholars in political behavior, however, are skeptical that it is a practically viable theory, ...