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Gábor L. Péli
Gábor L. Péli
Professor, Dept. Sociogy, Gáspár Károli University
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Market partitioning and the geometry of the resource space
G Peli, B Nooteboom
American Journal of Sociology 104 (4), 1132-1153, 1999
1821999
A logical approach to formalizing organizational ecology
G Péli, J Bruggeman, M Masuch, BO Nualláin
American Sociological Review, 571-593, 1994
1081994
The niche hiker's guide to population ecology: A logical reconstruction of organization ecology's niche theory
G Péli
Sociological Methodology 27 (1), 1-46, 1997
791997
Back to inertia: Theoretical implications of alternative styles of logical formalization
GL Peli, L Pólos, MT Hannan
Sociological Theory 18 (2), 195-215, 2000
642000
Fit by founding, fit by adaptation: Reconciling conflicting organization theories with logical formalization
G Peli
Academy of Management Review 34 (2), 343-360, 2009
552009
Nualláin. 1994.“A Logical Approach to Formalizing Organizational Ecology.”
G Péli, J Bruggeman, M Masuch, Ó Breanndán
American Sociological Review 59 (4), 571-593, 0
49
Policy agendas and births and deaths of political parties
D Lowery, A van Witteloostuijn, G Peli, H Brasher, S Otjes, S Gherghina
Party Politics 19 (3), 381-407, 2013
482013
The logic of propagation strategies: Axiomatizing a fragment of organizational ecology in first-order logic
G Péli, M Masuch
Organization Science 8 (3), 310-331, 1997
431997
Qualitative reasoning beyond the physics domain: The density dependence theory of organizational ecology
J Kamps, G Péli
Proceedings of QR95, 114-122, 1995
371995
Unpacking LogM: Toward a more general theory of party system density
D Lowery, S Otjes, S Gherghina, A Van Witteloostuijn, G Peli, H Brasher
American Journal of Political Science 54 (4), 921-935, 2010
362010
The niche hikers guide to population ecology: A reconstruction of niche theory using logic
G Péli
Sociological methodology 27, 1-46, 1997
251997
Simulation of learning in supply partnerships
G Péli, B Nooteboom
Computational & Mathematical Organization Theory 3, 43-66, 1997
231997
Networks embedded in n-dimensional space: The impact of dimensionality change
G Péli, J Bruggeman
Social networks 28 (4), 449-453, 2006
182006
The cricket and the ant: Organizational trade-offs in changing environments
G Péli, J Bruggeman
Mathematical Sociology 31 (3), 205-235, 2007
142007
A logical formalization of population dynamics: the density dependence model of organizational ecology
G Péli
CCSOM Report, 93-106, 1993
141993
Micro-level adaptation, macro-level selection, and the dynamics of market partitioning
C García-Díaz, A Van Witteloostuijn, G Péli
PloS one 10 (12), e0144574, 2015
82015
Globalization and variants of local adaptation: Theory and justification with symbolic logic
C Boone, G Péli
International sociology 31 (6), 653-676, 2016
72016
Organizational decision-maker bias supports merger wave formation: demonstration with logical formalization
G Péli, H Schenk
Quality & Quantity 49, 2459-2480, 2015
72015
A logical approach to formalizing organizational ecology
P Gábor, M Michael, ON Breanndan
American Sociological Review 59 (4), 571-593, 1994
71994
Pathways between social science and computational social science: theories, methods, and interpretations
T Rudas, G Péli
Springer Nature, 2021
62021
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