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Toward a more scientific science. Science. 361. 2018.
A Study of Thousands of Dropbox Projects Reveals How Successful Teams Collaborate. . Harvard Business Review.. 2018.
Structural Balance Emerges and Explains Performance in Risky Decision-Making. Nature Communications. 10. 2019.
Social Networks under stress: Specialized Team Roles and their Communication Structure. ACM Transactions on the Web (TWEB). 13(1). 2019.
The Scientific Prize Network Predicts Who Pushes the Boundaries of Science.. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science (PNAS) . 115(50). 2018.
Science of science. Science. 359(6379). 2018.
Scholar Plot: Designing a Well-Abstracted and Scalable Interface for Academic Performance. Frontiers in Research Metrics and Analytics. 4:6.. 2020.
The reverse Matthew effect: Consequences of retraction in scientific teams. Review of Economics and Statistics. 101(3):492-506.. 2019.
Research: Men and Women Need Different Kinds of Networks to Succeed. Harvard Business Review.. 2019.
Prior shared success predicts victory in team competitions. Nature Human Behavior. 3. 2019.
Novelty, Hotspots, and Knowledge Recombination. Science. 361(6408). 2018.
Make Your Enemies Your Allies: Three steps to reversing a rivalry at work. Harvard Business Review.. 2016.
How to Find the Hotspots for Your Next Breakthrough Idea. Harvard Business Review.. 2017.
Common Law Evolution and Judicial Impact in the Age of Information. Elon Law Journal.. 2017.
Biased information transmission in investor social networks: Evidence from professional traders. 2021 AFE/AEA session in 2021 ASSA meeting.. In Press.