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Peter Turchin is doing significant work on this topic...
http://peterturchin.com/

Also, Jesse Ausubel's Program for the Human Environment at Rockefeller University is doing some great work...
http://phe.rockefeller.edu/

On Mon, Sep 19, 2016 at 4:51 PM, Dror Kenett <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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Dear all,

I am looking for information on the use of network analysis of the evolution of societies.

What do networks look like for highly developed civilizations, such as the Western civilization ca. 1600, the Han in China, or the Roman Empire. How do these networks differ for those of periods will less developed civilizations, such as those during feudal periods. Is there a dynamic for the evolution of networks from the less developed to the highly developed, and for the path of the break-up of the highly developed civilizations.

Many thanks and warm wishes,

Dror

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