• E-Mail:  jccs@bu.edu
  • Website: http://people.bu.edu/jccs/
  • Office: 615C
  • Office Hours: By Appointment
  • Address: Boston University Questrom School of Business
    595 Commonwealth Avenue
    Boston, MA 02215
  • Education Open or Close

    Ph D, MIT, 2010.

  • Current CoursesOpen or Close

    SMG IS223 E1 Introduction to Information Systems

    SMG IS223 G1 Introduction to Information Systems

    SMG IS223 H1 Introduction to Information Systems

  • PublicationsOpen or Close

    Journal Articles:

      Shore, J. (2015). Market Formation as Transitive Closure: the Evolving Pattern of Trade in Music. Network Science, 4(2), 164-187.
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      Shore, J., & Lubin, B. (2015). Spectral Goodness of Fit for Network Models. Social Networks, 43(4), 16-27.
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      Shore, J., Bernstein, E., & Lazer, D. (2015). Facts and Figuring: An Experimental Investigation of Network Structure and Performance in Information and Solution Spaces. Organization Science, 26(5), 1432-1446.
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      Shore, J., Chu, C., & Bianchi, M. (2013). Power laws and fragility in flow networks. Social Networks, 35(1), 116-123.

      Shore, J., Westover, M. B., & Bianchi, M. (2010). Power-law versus exponential state transition dynamics. PLoS One, 5(12), e14204.

      Shore, J. (2010). Homogenization and specialization effects of international trade: are cultural goods exceptional?. World Development, 38(1),

    Working Papers:

      Shore, J., & Venkatraman, N. Network formation processes and the technological diversity of industries. : Working Paper.

    Other Publications:

  • Media Mentions/InterviewsOpen or Close

    Online

      At Work: There’s a Downside to Collaboration, 5/19/2015, Wall Street Journal. See Web Page

      How Companies Are Getting Collaboration Wrong, 5/18/2015, Wall Street Journal. See Web Page

      Need To Solve a Problem? Take a Break From Collaborating, 5/4/2015, Forbes/Working Knowledge. See Web Page

      Why working in big groups won't help you solve big problems, 5/19/2015, Business Insider. See Web Page

      Working Together Doesn't Always Work, 5/7/2015, Science News. See Web Page

      "Want to Brainstorm New Ideas? Then Limit Your Online Connections", 7/7/2014, New York Times. See Web Page

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