World Affairs

World Affairs


The World is getting smaller and smaller.  Social interactions have always been important and will ever be more so.  Today’s challenges grow in complexity.  Reason enough to understand the dynamics behind it.  And it starts in your own backyard.

Publications

Open Book

Juli, T. (1997). The Logic of Social Interactions in Foreign Policy: The 1994-1996 US-Chinese Negotiations on Intellectual Property Rights. University of Miami.

The thesis analyzes the 1994-1996 US-Chinese negotiations on intellectual property rights.  The study sheds light on the domestic as well as international dynamics among the main actors and simulates them with the help of a computer.  The dissertation thus demonstrates the viability of sociocybernetics, the quantitative study of the interactions of social systems, in analyzing dynamic social interactions in foreign economic policy and deriving policy recommendations.

Juli, T. (1994). A Rational Choice Model of Trade Policies: Incorporating Institutional Economics into Traditional Game Theory. Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, USA.

The whitepaper and Master’s Essay discusses how new institutional economics can enhance the explanatory value of traditional game theory in the analysis of trade policies

In addition, have a look at the Blog Posts below or choose the category “World” in our Blog.

Upcoming events

Upcoming keynotes, courses and workshops.  Contact me for details.

  • Finding the spirit of WOW projects: Turning ideas for social change into successful and sustainable projects and having fun at the same time
    Special workshop for fellow alumni of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation as part of a seminar during the World Economic Forum / Open Forum Davos 2014
    January 24-25, 2014 in Davos, Switzerland

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Other Resources

Book Recommendations

Banerjee, A., & Duflo, E. (2011). Poor Economics: A Radical Rethinking of the Way to Fight Global Poverty (p. 303). New York: Perseus Books. Retrieved from http://pooreconomics.com/

Blog Posts

 

 

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