Jaemin Lee

Postdoctoral Researcher, CSS Lab
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Jaemin Lee is a postdoctoral fellow working with Dr. Christoph Riedl at CSS lab. Dr. Lee is a social scientist whose research interests are in the areas of social networks, mathematical sociology, and computational social science. He studies peer influence and its mechanisms and consequences in the political, economic, and school contexts. His research aims to understand various substantive topics including political polarization, product diffusion, friendship segregation, and intergroup relations. Methodologically, he uses computational simulations, field experiments, and longitudinal network analysis. His current focus is on spillover effects in a large-scale viral marketing experiment. Before coming to Northeastern, he completed his sociology PhD program at Duke University and received a B.A and M.A. in sociology from Yonsei University. Lee received an Outstanding Dissertation-in-Progress Award by the American Sociological Association's Mathematical Sociology Section and was supported by a Fulbright scholarship. You can find more info in his website: www.jaeminlee.org

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177 Huntington Ave, 2nd floor
Boston, MA 02115


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