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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
Email: msmangs@fordham.edu


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


Publications
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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