Johannes Wachs
Johannes Wachs
Postdoc at Chair of Computational Social Sciences and Humanities, RWTH Aachen
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Why Do Men Get More Attention? Exploring Factors Behind Success in an Online Design Community
J Wachs, A Hannák, A Vörös, B Daróczy
ICWSM 2017, 2017
Social capital predicts corruption risk in towns
J Wachs, T Yasseri, B Lengyel, J Kertész
Royal Society Open Science 6 (4), 182103, 2019
The role of novelty in securing investors for equity crowdfunding campaigns
EÁ Horvát, J Wachs, R Wang, A Hannák
Sixth AAAI Conference on Human Computation and Crowdsourcing, 2018
Institutional quality, campaign contributions, and favouritism in US federal government contracting
M Fazekas, R Ferrali, J Wachs
Working Paper series: GTI-WP/2018: 01. Government Transparency Institute, 2018
Gender differences in participation and reward on Stack Overflow
A May, J Wachs, A Hannak
Empirical Software Engineering, 1-23, 2019
Corruption, government turnover, and public contracting market structure–insights using network analysis and objective corruption proxies
M Fazekas, J Skuhrovec, J Wachs
GTI-WP/2017: 02, Budapest: Government Transparency Institute, 2017
No country for asylum seekers? How short-term exposure to refugees influences attitudes and voting behavior in Hungary
T Gessler, G Tóth, J Wachs
SocArXiv, 2019
A network approach to cartel detection in public auction markets
J Wachs, J Kertész
Scientific Reports, 2019
Inequality is rising where social network segregation interacts with urban topology
G Tóth, J Wachs, R Di Clemente, Á Jakobi, B Ságvári, J Kertész, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:1909.11414, 2019
And Now for Something Completely Different: Visual Novelty in an Online Network of Designers
J Wachs, B Daróczy, A Hannák, K Páll, C Riedl
WebSci 2018, 2018
Corruption Risk in Contracting Markets: A Network Science Perspective
J Wachs, M Fazekas, J Kertész
arXiv preprint arXiv:1909.08664, 2019
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