Philip Solimine

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Philip Solimine is a postdoctoral fellow in the Vancouver School of Economics at the University of British Columbia

His research is focused on networks in social, economic, and neural systems. He is interested in using computational and experimental methods to study dynamics in networks and markets, with potential applications in industrial organization and political economy.


  • Network controllability metrics for corruption research (2021)
    Corruption Networks,
  • The robustness of lemons in experimental markets (2021)
    Research in Experimental Ecomomics,
  • Political corruption and the congestion of controllability in social networks (2020)
    Applied Network Science, 5, 1--20
  • Determining driver nodes in dynamic signed biological networks (2019)
    Smart Biomedical and Physiological Sensor Technology XVI, 11020, 110200A
  • Model reduction of structural biological networks by cycle removal (2019)
    Smart Biomedical and Physiological Sensor Technology XV, 11020, 110200K

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