Assistant Research Scientist, Survey Research Center, Institute for Social Research
Felix Kabo obtained his professional architecture degree and Ph.D. from the University of Michigan. His primary research interest is how physical and social contexts shape outcomes related to: collaboration and innovation; and aging, dementia, and health disparities. Addressing these issues entails applying advanced social science analytical approaches including sociospatial network science. It also calls for synthesizing and analyzing complex datasets covering individual- (e.g. race, gender, cognitive functioning, etc.) and contextual-level factors (e.g. social networks, amenities, services, etc.).
- Kabo,Felichism W.; Hwang,Yongha; Levenstein,Margaret C. and Owen-Smith,Jason (2015). Shared Paths to the Lab: A Sociospatial Network Analysis of Collaboration. Environment and Behavior, 47(1), 57-84.
- Kabo,Felichism W.; Cotton-Nessler,Natalie; Hwang,Yongha; Levenstein,Margaret C. and Owen-Smith,Jason (2014). Proximity Effects on the Dynamics and Outcomes of Scientific Collaborations. Research Policy, 43(9), 1469-1485.
- Wineman,Jean; Hwang,Yongha; Kabo,Felichism W.; Owen-Smith,Jason and Davis,Gerald F. (2014). Spatial Layout, Social Structure, and Innovation in Organizations. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, 41(6), 1100-1112.
- Wineman,Jean D.; Kabo,Felichism W. and Davis,Gerald F. (2009). Spatial and Social Networks in Organizational Innovation. Environment and Behavior, 41(3), 427-442.