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Networks are important in many aspects of our lives as they determine our choices or behaviors. Most decisions that people make are affected by the decisions of their friends: the decision to buy a product, to work hard at school, to use a specific technology, to commit a crime, to behave in a specific way. The emerging empirical literature on those issues motivates the theoretical study of how network structures affect individual decisions. During the last decade, network theory has been used in different fields of economics: among others, education, crime, labor and financial economics. 

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