Replication data for: Social Connectedness: Measurement, Determinants, and Effects

Arlene Wong, Rachel Cao, Johannes Stroebel, Theresa Kuchler & Michael Bailey
Social networks can shape many aspects of social and economic activity: migration and trade, job-seeking, innovation, consumer preferences and sentiment, public health, social mobility, and more. In turn, social networks themselves are associated with geographic proximity, historical ties, political boundaries, and other factors. Traditionally, the unavailability of large-scale and representative data on social connectedness between individuals or geographic regions has posed a challenge for empirical research on social networks. More recently, a body of such...
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