Martin G. Everett, Ph.D.

1977-1980 Mathematics/Social Science Nuffield College, University of Oxford 
 1980-1980 Anthropology University of California, Irvine, Irvine, CA 
 1980-1993 School of Mathematics, Statistics and Computing Thames Polytechnic, UK 
 1993-2003 Centre for Numerical Modelling and Process Analysis University of Greenwich 
 2003-2009 University of Westminster 
 2009- Sociology University of Manchester, Manchester, England, United Kingdom 
Social Network Analysis, Graph Theory

He is currently director of the Cathie Marsh Institute for social research. Martin have a BSc in mathematics from Loughborough University and an MSc also in mathematics from Oxford University. Martin continued at Oxford to complete a DPhil which was a jointly awarded by mathematics and sociology. He joined Manchester in 2009 having previously worked at East London, Westminster and Greenwich universities. Also, he helped co-found the Mitchell centre for social network analysis which evolved from the existing Manchester Social Networks Group. The centre is named after Clyde Mitchell who was a founding father of the discipline whilst he was a Professor in Manchester. In addition Clyde was his sociology supervisor for his DPhil at Oxford.

He is a past president of the International Network for Social Network Analysis (INSNA) and a Simmel award holder (the highest award given by the organization). He was elected an academician of the Academy of Social Sciences in 2004.

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Bellotti E, Czerniawska D, Everett MG, et al. (2022) Gender inequalities in research funding: Unequal network configurations, or unequal network returns? Social Networks. 70: 138-151
Everett MG, Borgatti SP. (2020) Unpacking Burt’s constraint measure Social Networks. 62: 50-57
Everett MG, Broccatelli C, Borgatti SP, et al. (2018) Measuring knowledge and experience in two mode temporal networks Social Networks. 55: 63-73
Agneessens F, Borgatti SP, Everett MG. (2017) Geodesic based centrality: Unifying the local and the global Social Networks. 49: 12-26
Broccatelli C, Everett M, Koskinen J. (2016) Temporal dynamics in covert networks Methodological Innovations. 9: 205979911562276
Everett MG, Borgatti SP. (2014) Networks containing negative ties Social Networks. 38: 111-120
Everett M, Borgatti S. (2013) The dual-projection approach for two-mode networks Social Networks. 35: 204-210
Everett MG, Borgatti SP. (2012) Categorical attribute based centrality: E–I and G–F centrality Social Networks. 34: 562-569
Everett MG, Borgatti SP. (2010) Induced, endogenous and exogenous centrality Social Networks. 32: 339-344
Borgatti SP, Everett MG. (2006) A Graph-theoretic perspective on centrality Social Networks. 28: 466-484
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