Political economy is classical economic theory, which is an interdisciplinary approach to understanding social conflict, with elements of history, literature, sociology, political science, law, and some dialogue with disciplines such as physics and biology. This permanent approach allows me to study topics such as collective action, nonviolent action (in particular the economics of nonviolence and bioeconomics), as well as the problems of democracy and collective decisions (social election, public election).
Production of articles in English on the conflict
|Effective start/end date||10/1/13 → 9/30/15|
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