Scott E. Page
Faculty Associate, CPS
Professor, LSA Political Science
Professor, LSA Complex Systems
Professor, Ross School Of Business
Scott Page directs or helps direct three large projects at the University of Michigan. He is the principal investigator for the IDEAS NSF IGERT grant, a principal investigator for Project SLUCE, and NSF bio-complexity grant, and the director of Project Diversity, an interdisciplinary effort to understand the theoretical implications of diversity that is funded by the James S. McDonnell Foundation and the Center for Research on Learning and Teaching. Scott belongs to several research teams, including the MacArthur Foundation's working group on economic inequality and social interactions.
In addition to his academic pursuits, Scott frequently gives talks on complex systems to non academic audiences on diversity and on complexity and has consulted on projects ranging from the possibility of panic at Y2K and the demand for movies, to the economic impact of the World Cup.
- Liu, Tracy Xiao, Jenna L. Bednar, Yan Chen, and Scott E. Page. 2019. "Directional behavioral spillover and cognitive load effects in multiple repeated games." Experimental Economics 22(3): 705-734.
- Bednar, Jenna L., and Scott E. Page. 2018. "When Order Affects Performance: Culture, Behavioral Spillovers, and Institutional Path Dependence." American Political Science Review 112(1): 82-98.
- Lamberson, P. J., and Scott E. Page. 2018. "First mover or higher quality? Optimal product strategy in markets with positive feedbacks." Journal of Economics & Management Strategy 27(1): 40-52.
- Page, Scott E. 2017. "The Diversity Bonus How Great Teams Pay Off in the Knowledge Economy." Princeton University Press.
- Ionides, Edward L., Alexander Giessing, Yaacov Ritov, and Scott E. Page. 2017. "Response to the ASA's Statement on p-Values: Context, Process, and Purpose." The American Statistician 71(1): 88-89.
- Bednar, Jenna L., and Scott E. Page. 2016. "Complex Adaptive Systems and Comparative Politics: Modeling the Interaction between Institutions and Culture." Chinese Political Science Review 1(3): 448-471.
- Economo, Evan, Lu Hong, and Scott E. Page. 2016. "Social structure, endogenous diversity, and collective accuracy." Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 125: 212-231.
- Bednar, Jenna L., Andrea Jones-Rooy, and Scott E. Page. 2015. "Choosing a future based on the past: Institutions, behavior, and path dependence." European Journal of Political Economy 40: 312-332.
- Landemore, Helene, and Scott E. Page. 2015. "Deliberation and disagreement: Problem solving, prediction, and positive dissensus." Politics Philosophy & Economics 14(3): 229-254.
- Page, Scott E., K. S. Cook, and D. S. Massey. 2015. "What Sociologists Should Know About Complexity." Annual Review of Sociology 41: 21-41.
- Page, Scott E. 2014. "Where diversity comes from and why it matters?" European Journal of Social Psychology 44(4): 267-279.
- de Marchi, Scott, Scott E. Page, M. Levi, and N. Rosenblum. 2014. "Agent-Based Models." Annual Review of Political Science 17: 1-20.
- Wang, Jun, Daniel G. Brown, Rick L. Riolo, Scott E. Page, and Arun Agrawal. 2013. "Exploratory analyses of local institutions for climate change adaptation in the Mongolian grasslands: An agent-based modeling approach." Global Environmental Change 23(5): 1266-1276.
- Bednar, Jenna L., Scott E. Page, and Jameson L. Toole. 2012. "Revised-Path Dependence." Political Analysis 20(2): 146-156.
- Bednar, Jenna L., Yan Chen, Tracy Xiao Liu, and Scott E. Page. 2012. "Behavioral spillovers and cognitive load in multiple games: An experimental study." Games and Economic Behavior 74(1): 12-31.
- Jones-Rooy, Andrea, and Scott E. Page. 2012. "The Complexity of System Effects." Critical Review 24(3): 313-342.
- Page, Scott E. 2012. "Aggregation in agent-based models of economies." Knowledge Engineering Review 27(2): 151-162.
- Lamberson, P. J., and Scott E. Page. 2012. "Optimal Forecasting Groups." Management Science 58(4): 805-810.
- Lamberson, P. J., and Scott E. Page. 2012. "The effect of feedback consistency on success in markets with positive feedbacks." Economics Letters 114(3): 259-261.
- Page, Scott E. 2012. "A complexity perspective on institutional design." Politics Philosophy & Economics 11(1): 5-25.
- Lamberson, P. J., and Scott E. Page. 2012. "Tipping Points." Quarterly Journal of Political Science 7(2): 175-208.
- Zellner, M. L., R. L. Riolo, W. Rand, Daniel G. Brown, Scott E. Page, and L. E. Fernandez. 2010. "The problem with zoning: Nonlinear effects of interactions between location preferences and externalities on land use and utility." Environment and Planning B: Planning & Design 37(3): 408-428.
- Zellner, Moira L., Scott E. Page, William Rand, Daniel G. Brown, Derek T. Robinson, Joan Nassauer, and Bobbi Low. 2009. "The emergence of zoning policy games in exurban jurisdictions: Informing collective action theory." Land Use Policy 26(2): 356-367.
- Brown, Daniel G., Bobbi Low, Scott E. Page, Derek T. Robinson, Li An, Joan I. Nassauer, Moira Zellner, William Rand, et al. 2008. "Exurbia from the bottom-up: Confronting empirical challenges to characterizing a complex system." Conversations Across the Divide The Time and Place for Political Ecology: The Life-Work of Piers Blaikie Biocomplexity in Coupled Human-Natural Systems: The Study of Population-Environment Interactions 39(2): 805-818.
- Brown, Daniel G., Scott E. Page, R. Riolo, M. Zellner, and W. Rand. 2005. "Path dependence and the validation of agent-based spatial models of land use." International Journal of Geographical Information Science 19(2): 153-174.
- Brown, Daniel G., Scott E. Page, Rick Riolo, and William Rand. 2004. "Agent-based and analytical modeling to evaluate the effectiveness of greenbelts." Environmental Modelling & Software 19(12): 1097-1109.
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- Owen-Smith on isolation research and tokenism in the newsroom
- Canada's New Home Data Problem
- How Diverse Teams Produce Better Outcomes
- The real college admissions scandal isn't bribes and cheating. It's how wealth tilts the playing field.
- Why "Many-Model Thinkers" Make Better Decisions
- Page on marketing algorithms that target STEM job ads to men