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This paper introduces and tests a novel methodology for measuring networks. Rather than collecting data to observe a network or several networks in full, which is typically costly or impossible, we randomly sample a portion of individuals in the network and estimate the network based on the sampled individuals' perceptions on all possible ties. We find the(More)
Recent disasters have challenged the formal structure of emergency response plans in the U.S. disaster management system. Although major reform efforts have been undertaken over the last twenty years, the actual practice among federal, state, county/parish, and municipal agencies has changed in some instances, not in others. This article presents findings(More)
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