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de Klepper, MC, Labianca, G, Sleebos, E and Agneessens, F (2017) SOCIOMETRIC STATUS AND PEER CONTROL ATTEMPTS: A MULTIPLE STATUS HIERARCHIES APPROACH Journal of Management Studies, 54 (1). pp. 1-31.

Agneessens, Filip, Borgatti, SP and Everett, MG (2016) Geodesic based centrality: Unifying the local and the global Social Networks, 49. pp. 12-26.

Mundt, MP, Agneessens, F, Tuan, W-J, Zakletskaia, LI, Kamnetz, SA and Gilchrist, VJ (2016) Primary care team communication networks, team climate, quality of care, and medical costs for patients with diabetes: A cross-sectional study International Journal of Nursing Studies, 58. pp. 1-11.

Soltis, SM, Agneessens, F, Sasovova, Z and Labianca, G (2013) A social network perspective on turnover intentions: The role of distributive justice and social support Human Resource Management, 52 (4). pp. 561-584.

Agneessens, F and Everett, MG (2013) Introduction to the special issue on advances in two-mode social networks. Social Networks, 35, 2. pp. 145-147.

Agneessens, F and Skvoretz, J (2012) Group differences in reciprocity, multiplexity and exchange: Measures and application Quality and Quantity, 46 (5). pp. 1523-1545.

Agneessens, F and Wittek, R (2012) Where do intra-organizational advice relations come from? The role of informal status and social capital in social exchange. Social Networks, 34, 3. pp. 333-345.

Opsahl, T, Agneessens, F and Skvoretz, J (2010) Node centrality in weighted networks: Generalizing degree and shortest paths. Social Networks, 32, 3. pp. 245-251.

Klepper, MD, Sleebos, E, Bunt, GGVD and Agneessens, F (2010) Similarity in friendship networks: Selection or influence? The effect of constraining contexts and non-visible individual attributes. Social Networks, 32, 1. pp. 82-90.

Agneessens, F and Roose, H (2008) Local structural properties and attribute characteristics in 2-mode networks: p* models to map choices of theater events Journal of Mathematical Sociology, 32 (3). pp. 204-237.

Agneessens, F and Wittek, R (2008) Social capital and employee well-being: Disentangling intrapersonal and interpersonal selection and influence mechanisms Revue Francaise de Sociologie, 49 (3).

Skvoretz, J and Agneessens, F (2007) Reciprocity, multiplexity, and exchange: Measures Quality and Quantity, 41 (3). pp. 341-357.

Agneessens, F, Waege, H and Lievens, J (2006) Diversity in social support by role relations: A typology. Social Networks, 28, 4. pp. 427-441.

Book Section

Agneessens, F and Koskinen, J (2016) Modeling Individual Outcomes Using a Multilevel Social Influence (MSI) Model: Individual Versus Team Effects of Trust on Job Satisfaction in an Organisational Context: In: Multilevel network analysis for the social sciences. Theory Methods and Applications. Methodos, 12 (4). Springer, pp. 81-105. ISBN 978-3-319-24518-8

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