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  • The Politics of "Actor-Network Theory"

    This text discusses controversies surrounding theoretical, practical, and political implications of "actor-network theory" ("ANT"). Since its inception around 1980, "ANT" has been applied in an immense number of empirical studies, both within and outside the field of science and technology studies. But it was also rejected as radical chic without substance and/or as theoretically and politically unacceptable in perhaps as many instances as it was accepted. Implicit in both the application and...

    Self-stablizing cuts in synchronous networks

    Consider a synchronized distributed system where each node can only observe the state of its neighbors. Such a system is called self-stabilizing if it reaches a stable global state in a finite number of rounds. Allowing two different states for each node induces a cut in the network graph. In each round, every node decides whether it is (locally) satisfied with the current cut. Afterwards all unsatisfied nodes change sides independently with a fixed probability p. Using different notions of s...

    A cointegrating polynomial regression analysis of the material Kuznets curve hypothesis

    Employing consumption data for aluminum, lead and zinc for eight OECD countries spanning from 1900 to 2006, this paper tests the hypothesis underlying the notion of the Material Kuznets Curve (MKC), which postulates an inverted U-shaped relationship between a country’s level of economic development and its intensity of metal use. Applying the tests and estimation techniques for nonlinear cointegration developed by Saikkonen and Choi (2004),Wagner (2013) as well as Wagner and...
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