I apply complexity theory and complex networks analysis to a range of different topics including; public data, inquiries, big data, and finance. I am also particularly interested in using algorithms to analyse difficult data sets.
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My new paper, “Total Systemic Failure?”, is out (this link should get you a free copy for a limited time). I wanted to write something that was more a big picture look at how the world is working. Or perhaps … Continue reading
I have been thinking about what Donald Trump means for the ‘system’, by system I am thinking about the complex system that is the US Government Machine and its associated parts. Part of my thinking is that systems of Government … Continue reading
Our Royal Geographical Society panel, “Risk and Complexity in Finance and Beyond” has been accepted for this years RGS annual conference! Some details below: Session organiser/s: Philip Garnett, The University of York, UK; John H. Morris, Durham University, UK Session … Continue reading
I gave a talk on the 18th of June for a event co-hosted by the Global Policy Journal and Durham University. The title of the talk was “Complex Beyond Regulation”, and its major theme was that the global financial system … Continue reading