Smith, Jeffrey A., Jonathan H. Morgan and James Moody. 2022. “Network Sampling Coverage III: Imputation of Missing Network Data under Different Network and Missing Data Conditions.” Social Networks 68:148-78. doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.socnet.2021.05.002. Link to Published Version
Markowski, Kelly L., Jeffrey A. Smith, G. Robin Gauthier and Sela R. Harcey. 2021. “Practical Problems and Positive Experiences with Ecological Momentary Assessment: Reflections from People Who Use Drugs.” The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse:1-8. doi: 10.1080/00952990.2021.1910700. Link to Published Paper
Gauthier, Gertrude R., Jeffrey A. Smith, Catherine García, Marc A. Garcia and Patricia A. Thomas. 2020. “Exacerbating Inequalities: Social Networks, Racial/Ethnic Disparities, and the Covid-19 Pandemic in the United States.” The Journals of Gerontology: Series B. doi: 10.1093/geronb/gbaa117. Link to Published Version
Rosenblatt, Samuel F., Jeffrey A. Smith, G. Robin Gauthier and Laurent Hébert-Dufresne. 2020. “Immunization Strategies in Networks with Missing Data.” PLOS Computational Biology 16(7):e1007897. doi: 10.1371/journal.pcbi.1007897.
Smith, Jeffrey A. Smith and G. Robin Gauthier 2020. “Estimating Contextual Effects from Ego Network Data”. Sociological Methodology 50(1):215-75 doi: 10.1177/0081175020922879
McPherson, Miller and Smith, Jeffrey. A. 2019. Network Effects in Blau Space: Imputing Social Context from Survey Data. Socius. https://doi.org/10.1177/2378023119868591
Smith, Jeffrey A. Forthcoming. “The Continued Relevance of Ego Network Data.” in the Oxford Handbook of Social Networks. Edited by Ryan Light and James Moody
Smith, Jeffrey A. and Jessica Burrow. 2018. “Using Ego Network Data to Inform Agent-Based Models of Diffusion” Sociological Methods & Research. doi: 10.1177/0049124118769100. Link to Published Paper
Smith, Jeffrey A. 2017. “A Social Space Approach to Testing Complex Hypotheses: The Case of Hispanic Marriage Patterns in the U.S.” Socius 3:2378023117739176. doi: 10.1177/2378023117739176.
Smith, Jeffrey A., James Moody and Jonathan H. Morgan. 2017. “Network Sampling Coverage II: The Effect of Non-Random Missing Data on Network Measurement.” Social Networks 48:78-99. Link to Published Paper
Pavan, A., P. Quint, S. Scott, N. V. Vinodchandran, and J. Smith. 2016. “Computing Triangle and Open-Wedge Heavy-Hitters in Large Networks.” IEEE International Conference on Big Data (IEEE BigData 2016): 98-1005. doi: 10.1109/BigData.2016.7840699
Verdery, Ashton M., M. Giovanna Merli, James Moody, Jeffrey Smith, and Jacob C. Fisher. 2015.“Respondent-driven sampling estimators under real and theoretical recruitment conditions of female sex workers in China.” Epidemiology 26: 661-665. Link to Published Version.
Smith, Jeffrey A. 2015. “Global Network Inference from Ego Network Samples: Testing a Simulation Approach.” The Journal of Mathematical Sociology 39:125-162. Link to Published Version.
Smith, Jeffrey A. and Robert Faris. 2015. “Movement without mobility: Adolescent status hierarchies and the contextual limits of cumulative advantage.” Social Networks 40:139-153. Link to Published Version.
Merli, M. Giovanna, James Moody, Jeffrey Smith, Jing Li, Sharon Weir, and Xiangsheng Chen. 2015. “Challenges to recruiting population representative samples of female sex workers in China using Respondent Driven Sampling.” Social Science & Medicine 125:79-93. Link to Published Version.
McFarland, Dan, James Moody, David Diehl, Jeffrey A. Smith, and Reuben J. Thomas. 2014.“Network Ecology and Adolescent Social Structure” American Sociological Review. 79:1088-1121. Link to Published Version.
Smith Jeffrey A., McPherson, Miller, and Lynn Smith-Lovin. 2014. “Social Distance in the United States: Sex, Race, Religion, Age and Education Homophily among Confidants, 1985-2004.” American Sociological Review 79:432-456. Link to Published Version.
Smith, Jeffrey A. and James Moody. 2013. “Structural effects of network sampling coverage I: Nodes missing at random.” Social Networks 35:652-668. Link to Published Version.
Smith, Jeffrey A. 2012. “Macrostructure from Microstructure: Generating Whole Systems from Ego Networks.” Sociological Methodology 42:155-205. Link to Published Version.