Culture and Action Network

Maurice Bokanga

PhD Student, Department of Sociology

Maurice studies collective action problems and is interested in how social structures and cultural processes shape people’s interests and dispositions to cooperate in social dilemmas. He uses quantitative and computational methods, and has experience working with large-scale observational data

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Research Interests

Collection action, Rational choice theory, Social networks, Mathematical sociology

Working Papers

“Fatal Police Shootings and CPD Complaints: Robust Causal Inference Using Big Data from Chicago”

“Equivalence Classes and Blockmodels of Hypergraphs”