Pod A Conference Room
Micro Working Group

All day


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Globalized exchanges and large economic networks spanning across the whole planet are characteristic features of the contemporary world we live in. How exchange networks expanded has been the subject of a lot of scholarly attention, yet the topic still lacks a unified and empirically-tested account. By harnessing a complex systems approach and global history methods, we aim to develop a proof-of-concept study and start to answer this important question: how did human exchanges become global?

This Micro Working Group is funded by the Lou Schuyler Internal Postdoctoral Research Grant Fund.


Helena MitonHelena MitonComplexity Postdoctoral Fellow, Omidyar Fellow, ASU-SFI Center Fellow at the Santa Fe Institute

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