Research Outcomes

Publications

  • Paolillo, R., & Jager, W. (2019). Simulating Acculturation Dynamics Between Migrants and Locals in Relation to Network Formation. Social Science Computer Review. https://doi.org/10.1177/0894439318821678.
  • Paolillo, R., & Lorenz, J. (2018). How different homophily preferences mitigate and spur ethnic and value segregation: Schelling's model extended. Advances in Complex Systems, 21(6-7), 26-42. https://doi.org/10.1142/S0219525918500261.
  • Kohne, J., Gallagher, N., Kirgil, Z.M.,  Paolillo, R., Padmos, L., & Fariba, K. (2019). The Role of Network Structure and Initial Group Norm Distribution in Norm Conflict. Forthcoming in E. Deutschmann, J. Lorenz, L.G. Nardin, D. Natalini and A.F.X. Wilhelm (eds). Computational Conflict Research. Cham: Springer Nature. preprint: arXiv:1907.00888v1

Simulation Models:

Summer/Winter School participation:

  • BIGSSS Computational Social Science Summer School on Conflict, July, 23 – August 3, 2018
  • BIGSSS Computational Social Science Summer School on Migration, June 10 - June 21 2019

Conference Proceedings:

  • Paolillo, R. & Jager, W. (2016). United We Stand? Simulating Acculturation Processes in a Migration Context Using MigrAgent (2016). Social Simulation Conference 2016, Rome, Italy. https://ssrn.com/abstract=2946434.

Conference Talk:

  • Paolillo, R. (2018). Agent-based models: a methodological tool to investigate the emergence of multicultural societies. XXIV Congress of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology. Guelph University, Canada.
  • Paolillo, R. (2017). United we stand? Simulating acculturation processes in a migration context using MigrAgent. Workshop Agent-based Modelling and Simulation of Social Behavior, University of Bremen, Germany.

Conference Poster:

  • Paolillo, R., & Lorenz, J. (2017). Including Attitude Similarities in Schelling’s Model of Residential Segregation. Workshop "Opinion Dynamics & Collective Decisions", Jacobs University Bremen, Germany.
  • Paolillo, R., & Jager, W. (2015). Immigration and Ethnocentrism: A Conceptual Design for a Social Simulation Model. XI European Social Simulation Association Conference, Groningen, The Netherlands.

Other:

  • Paolillo, R., Schulcz, A., & Cíbik, M. (2017). State Support on After-school and Out-of-school Activities in Europe. link
  • Paolillo, R., & Jager, W. (2016). Refugee crisis: Easy solutions cause big problems? EurActiv Opinion. link