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Massively parallel globalization : explorations in self-organization and world politics
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Éditeur State University of New York Press
Année cop. 2015
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Titre
Massively parallel globalization : explorations in self-organization and world politics
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Description
1 vol. (XIV-276 pages) ; 24 cm
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Notes
Bibliogr. p. 237-257. Index
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Classification Dewey
306.2
Contenu
The gyre : rethinking systems in world politics ; Agents and networks : complex social systems and theories of world politics ; The advantage of size : why large groups solve coordination problems better than small ones ; Dividing the pie : how complex networks learn to solve distributive conflicts ; Cows grow trees, nets grow fish : how social networks manage the commons ; Too big to compromise : did ten banks block reform during the great recession? ; Nets of insecurity : trade networks, cascading failures and economic ; Conclusions : self-organization in world politics
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978-1-438-45661-4
1-438-45661-1
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