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Prof. dr. A. (Andreas) Flache


Andreas Flache is Professor of Sociology specializing in modeling norms and networks in the Department of Sociology, University of Groningen. He leads developments in the application of formal agent-based computational and game theoretical modeling to study cooperation problems in relation to social network dynamics and ethnic diversity. His award winning theoretical and empirical research (Anatol Rapoport Best Paper Award, 2012; Evolution, Biology, and Society Section best article award 2007-2011), combining experimental and applied methodologies, was funded by, among others, NWO VIDI (2005-2010) and KNAW research fellowship grants (1999-2004). His work has appeared in flagship journals including Science, the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, and the American Journal of Sociology. 




VIDI grant. KNAW Research Fellow


10.3 The Link between Cooperation and Social Networks: Exclusion or Stimulation of Defectors?

11.3 Identity Signaling and Sustainable Cooperation

12.1 Decision Making and Responsibility Allocation