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Revolutions - New FEBlog by Wilfred Dolfsma

29 July 2011

What does science tell us about revolution, about a major upheaval of an existing and taken-for-granted situation? In the fields of economics and management there is hardly a piece of solid work to suggest how a revolution may be weathered. Revolutions are rather rare, fortunately, but that does mean that collecting and analyzing data can be daunting.

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