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  • Date: 05 November 2012

Wiley are pleased to introduce a new Book Series: Wiley Series in Computational and Quantitative Social Science.

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Computational Social Science is an interdisciplinary field undergoing rapid growth due to the availability of ever increasing computational power leading to new areas of research.

Embracing a spectrum from theoretical foundations to real world applications, the Wiley Series in Computational and Quantitative Social Science is a series of titles ranging from high level student texts, explanation and dissemination of technology and good practice, through to interesting and important research that is immediately relevant to social / scientific development or practice.

The series is aimed at senior undergraduate and graduate students, researchers and practitioners within statistics and social science and included here is a cover picture of one of the titles, The Visualization of Spatial Social Structure by Professor Danny Dorling, with whom there will be an upcoming interview on Statistics News.

Primary subject areas within the scope of the series include:
• mathematical sociology
• economic sociology
• social simulation / agent-based social simulation
• social network analysis
• social complexity
• social and behavioural dynamics
• social contagion
• demography
• causality
• data mining and analysis
• data privacy and security
• analytical sociology
• econophysics/ sociophysics
• (evolutionary/ algorithmic) game theory
• computational/experimental social sciences.


Series Advisors

Ulrik Brandes, Department of Computer and Information Science, University of Konstanz, Germany

Shu-Heng Chen, Department of Economics, National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan

William Griffin, Center for Social Dynamics and Complexity, Arizona State University, USA

Peter Hedström, Institute for Futures Studies, Stockholm, Sweden

William Rand, University of Maryland, Institute for Advanced Computational
Studies, USA

Flaminio Squazzoni, Department of Economics and Management, University of Brescia, Italy

If you are interested in writing a book within this series please contact Heather Kay (hkay@wiley.com) to discuss your proposal.

For more information about the series please visit www.wiley.com/go/cqss. Please also visit the Amazon pages for the titles for further details - Understanding Large Temporal Networks and Spatial Networks and Analytical Sociology.

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