The Economics of Social Collateral
The Social Collateral Approach to Social Capital
Social Collateral     Theory and Applications

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The social collateral approach to social capital provides a tractable framework to model cooperation in social networks. The approach was explored in a series of papers by Attila Ambrus, Dean Karlan, Markus Mobius, Tanya Rosenblat and Adam Szeidl. The main applications have been in modeling trust and risk-sharing.
 

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Attila Ambrus
Associate Professor of Economics
Duke University
Email: attila.ambrus@duke.edu

Attila Ambrus Dean Karlan Markus Mobius Tanya Rosenblat Adam Szeidl

Dean Karlan
Professor of Economics
Yale University
Email: dean.karlan@yale.edu

Attila Ambrus Dean Karlan Markus Mobius Tanya Rosenblat Adam Szeidl

Markus Mobius
Senior Researcher, Microsoft Research
Email: mobius@microsoft.com

Attila Ambrus Dean Karlan Markus Mobius Tanya Rosenblat Adam Szeidl

Tanya S. Rosenblat
Associate Professor of Information
University of Michigan, School of Information
Email: tanyarosenblat@gmail.com

Attila Ambrus Dean Karlan Markus Mobius Tanya Rosenblat Adam Szeidl

Adam Szeidl
Professor of Economics
Central European University
Email: szeidl@gmail.com



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