Factors of Students’ Network Formation: Case of a Russian University
AbstractThis paper investigates the process of students’ network formation in National Research University–Higher School of Economics. Using pairwise regression, estimated on a network of second-year students from two faculties, we find that geographical closeness along with the homophily effects of gender, grade point average, smoking, and leisure preferences have a strong impact on the probability of being friends.
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