Please find below some papers I published prior to the attacks of 9/11 (11 September 2001).
Pax Chaotica: A Re-evaluation of Post-WWII Economic and Political Order
In The Interests Of The Exploited?: The Role Of Development Pressure Groups In The UK
A Steppe Back?: Economic Liberalisation And Poverty Reduction In Mongolia
The Sweet Smell Of Failure: The World Bank And The Persistence Of Poverty
An influential background paper written for the United Nations.
Southern Innovator and the Growing Global Innovation Culture
It was a pleasure to have the opportunity to comment on a draft of Buying into capitalism: Mongolians’ changing perceptions of capitalism in the transition years by External Professor Emeritus Paula L. W. Sabloff from the Santa Fe Institute (12 Oct 2020: Central Asian Survey).
“A political anthropologist, she uses complex-systems tools to analyze three different databases: Mongolians’ changing ideas on democracy and capitalism, the emergence of early states all over the world, and 19-20th century Cozumel.”
The Santa Fe Institute “is the world’s leading research center for complex systems science.”
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