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Selected Publications and Working Papers
“The economic impact of conflict-related and policy uncertainty shocks: the case of Russia”
M. Diakonova, C. Ghirelli, L. Molina and J.J. Pérez (2022).
Bank of Spain, Working Paper No. 2242.
“The information content of conflict, social unrest and policy uncertainty measures for macroeconomic forecasting”
M. Diakonova, L. Molina, H. Mueller, J.J. Pérez and C. Rauh (2022).
Bank of Spain, Working Paper No. 2232.
“Using Twitter data to identify networks of interest in minority policy topics”
Malcolm Morgan, Gavin Killip, Marina Diakonova
SRI paper No 118, University of Leeds, UK (2019)
“Noise in coevolving networks”
M. Diakonova, V.M. Eguíluz, M. San Miguel
Physical Review E 92 (3), 032803, 2015
“The specific contributions of activities to household electricity demand”
P. Grünewald, M. Diakonova
Energy and Buildings 204, 109498, 2019
“Information gerrymandering and undemocratic decisions”
A.J. Stewart, M. Mosleh, M. Diakonova, A.A. Arechar, D.G. Rand, J.B. Plotkin
Nature 573 (7772), 117–121, 2019