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A B S T R A C T Combining choice modelling with social network analysis, we show how the stochastic actororiented model for the co-evolution of networks and behavior (SAOM) can be used as a powerful statistical framework to empirically analyze network-related choices. We discuss the underlying assumptions of SAOMs and show that they can be interpreted to represent a random utility maximization model (RUM). Network-related choices pertain both to decisions to engage in (or disengage from)doi:10.1016/j.jocm.2020.100202 fatcat:h45tgfrxvjegvp5jg26qtudsri