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Estévez-Mujica, C.P., Acero, A., Jiménez-Leal, W., & García-Díaz, C. (2018). The influence of homophilous interactions on diversity in group problem-solving. Nonlinear Dynamics, Psychology and Life Sciences, Vol. 22 (Forthcoming).


Kitts, J., Lomi, A., Mascia, D., Palloti, F. & Quintane, E. (2017). Investigating the Temporal Dynamics of Inter- Organizational Exchange: Patient Transfers among Italian Hospitals. American Journal of Sociology, 123(3) (Forthcoming)

Lazega, E., Quintane, E. & Casenaze, S. (2017). Collegial Oligarchy and Networks of Normative Alignments in Transnational Institution Building. Social Networks, 48: 10-22.

Mauskapf, M., Quintane, E., Askin, N. & Mol, J. (2017). Embeddedness and the Production of Novelty in Music: A Multi-Dimensional Perspective. Academy of Management Best Papers Proceedings. OMT division.

Mejía, G., & García-Díaz, C. (2017). Market-level effects of firm-level adaptation and intermediation in networked markets of fresh foods: a case study in Colombia. Agricultural Systems (in press),


Brashears, M., Hoagland, E. & Quintane, E. (2016). Sex and Network Recall Accuracy. Social Networks, 44: 74-84.

Quintane, E., & Carnabuci, G. (2016). How Do Brokers Broker? Tertius Gaudens, Tertius Iungens, and the Temporality of Structural Holes. Organization Science, 27(6):1343-1360.


Brashears, M. & Quintane, E. (2015) The Microstructures of Network Recall: How Social Networks Are Encoded and Represented in Human Memory. Social Networks, 41: 113-126.

Patison, K.P., Quintane, E., Swain, D.L., Robins, G. and Pattison, P.E. (2015). Time is of the essence: an application of a relational event model for animal social networks. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 69(5): 841-855.

Porath, C. L., Gerbasi, A., & Schorch, S. L. (2015). The effects of civility on advice, leadership and performance. Journal of Applied Psychology, 100(5), 1527–1541.


Hirst, G., Zhou, J., Van Knippenberg, D., Quintane, E. & Zhu, C. (2014) Heard it through the grapevine: Indirect Networks and Employee Creativity. Journal of Applied Psychology, 100(2): 567-574.

Meisel JD, Sarmiento OL, Montes F, Martinez E, Lemoine P, Valdivia JA, Brownson RC, Zarama R. Network analysis of Bogotá´s Ciclovía Recreativa, a self-organized multisectorial community program to promote physical activity in a middle-income country. American Journal of Health Promotion, 2014, 28:5, e127-e136.

Quintane, E., Tonellato, M., Conaldi, G & Lomi, A. (2014) Modelling relational events: A case study on an open source software project. Organizational Research Methods, 17(1): 23-50.


Quintane, E. Pattison P. E., Robins, G. L. & Mol, J. M. (2013) Short-term and long-term stability in organizational networks: temporal structures of project teams. Social Networks, 35: 528-540.

Quintane, E. Pattison P. E., Robins, G. L. & Mol, J. M. (2013) Short-term and long-term stability in electronic communication networks. Academy of Management Best Papers Proceedings. OCIS division. Best Paper Award Runner Up, OCIS Division.

Quintane, E. Comparing networks: A structural examination of the correspondence between behavioral and recall networks. (2013) In Lusher D., Koskinen, J. & Robins, G. L. (Eds). Exponential Random Graph Models for Social Networks: Theories, Methods and Applications. Cambridge University Press.


Quintane, E., Carnabuci, G., Robins, G.L. & Pattison, P.E. (2012). An investigation of the temporality of structural holes. Academy of Management Best Papers Proceedings. OMT division.


Quintane, E. & Kleinbaum A. M. (2011). Matter over mind? E-mail data and the measurement of social networks. Connections, 31(1): 22-46.

Roberto Zarama, Adriana Diaz, ​Felipe Montes, ​José David Meisel Donoso, Pablo Lemoine, Juan Calderon, Victor Bucheli. ​​20 years Guiding the Construction of Social Capital of the Engineering School of Universidad de los Andes,​ ​#34 Revista de Ingeniería. Universidad de los Andes. Bogotá D.C., Colombia. rev.ing. ISSN. 0121-4993. Edición Especial 2011, pp. 16-24.

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