Contents: Volume 2, No. 1, September, 2015

 


 

Complexity, Governance & Networks 1 (2015) 1-4
DOI: 10.7564/15-CGN29
Introduction: Social Network Analysis Applications in Complex Governance Networks
Naim Kapucu
School of Public Administration, University of Central Florida, E-mail: kapucu (@) ucf.edu

 


 

Complexity, Governance & Networks 1 (2015) 5-22
DOI: 10.7564/15-CGN23
Balancing the Quantitative and Qualitative Aspects of Social Network Analysis to Study Complex Social Systems
Danny Schippera,* and Wouter Spekkinkb,*
aDepartment of Public Administration, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands, E-mail: schipper (@) fsw.eur.nl
bDepartment of Engineering Systems and Services, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands, E-mail: w.a.h.spekkink (@) tudelft.nl

 


 

Complexity, Governance & Networks 1 (2015) 23-44
DOI: 10.7564/14-CGN10
Network Features and Processes as Determinants of Organizational Interaction during Extreme Events
Michael D. Siciliano a,* and Clayton Wukichb,*
aDepartment of Public Administration, University of Illinois, Chicago, Email: sicilian (@) uic.edu
bDepartment of Political Science, Sam Houston State University, Email: wukich (@) shsu.edu

 


 

Complexity, Governance & Networks 1 (2015) 45–64
DOI: 10.7564/13-CGN01
Measuring Risks of Organizational Failure in Contract Exchange Structures
Julia L. Carboni
School of Public and Environmental Affairs and Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis, E-mail: jcarboni (@) iupui.edu

 


 

Complexity, Governance & Networks 1 (2015) 65-82
DOI 10.7564 15-CGN25
The Shape of Watershed Governance: Locating the Boundaries of Multiplex Networks
Steve Scheinert*, Christopher Koliba, Stephanie Hurley, Sarah Coleman, and Asim Zia
University of Vermont, E-mail: Steve.Scheinert (@) uvm.edu, E-mail: ckoliba (@) uvm.edu, E-mail: shurley1 (@) uvm.edu, E-mail: scoleman (@) uvm.edu, E-mail: azia (@) uvm.edu

 


 

Complexity, Governance & Networks 1 (2015) 83-102
DOI: 10.7564/14-CGN11
Conducting Content Analysis of Documents in Network Research: A Review of Recent Scholarship
Qian Hu
Assistant Professor, School of Public Administration, University of Central Florida, HPA II, Suite 238 Email: Qian.Hu (@) ucf.edu