Preferential attachment, homophily and, their consequences such as the glassceiling effect have been well-studied in the context of undirected networks . We present a rigoroustheoretical analysis of the Directed Mixed Preferential Attachment model . We use it to analyze the glass ceiling effect in directed networks to shed light on the interplay between the structure and dynamics of various real-world networks . Our analytical results are supported bydetailed numerical results. Finally, we utilize the obtainedanalytical results to characterize the conditions under which the Glass ceiling effect emerge in a directed network. We use the obtained analytical results to . characterize the . conditions under . which the glass . ceilingeffect emerge in . a directed . network . Finally, We utilize the . glass ceilingeffect to characterize . the glass Ceiling Effect. The glass ceiling Effect . We conclude. Our results aresupported by detailed numerical results, respectively. Our research is published on June 5, 2013. For more information, please visit www.psychology.com/synthetic/neurology/narcissage.com and/orchestrand/neurgy/netnetworks.com . For more details.

Author(s) : Buddhika Nettasinghe, Nazanin Alipourfard, Vikram Krishnamurthy, Kristina Lerman

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Keywords : glass - effect - results - ceiling - directed -

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