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Measuring peer influence in social networks is an important business and policy question that has become increasingly salient with the development of globally interconnected ICT networks. However, in spite of the new data sources available today, researchers still face many of the same measurement challenges that have been present in the literature for over four decades: homophily, reflection and selection problems, identifying the source of influence, and determining pre-existing knowledge.doi:10.2139/ssrn.1864899 fatcat:7vjqvy4jhvcjtihc3mgdksxree