The Dynamic Society: The Sources of Global Change

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Taylor & Francis, Mar 11, 2002 - Business & Economics - 512 pages
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This book discusses the nature and process of change in human society over the past two million years. The author draws on economic, historical and biological concepts to examine the driving forces of change and looks to likely developments in the future. This analysis produces some very thought-provoking and controversial conclusions.

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Graeme Donald Snooks is the Coghlan Professor and Head of the department of Economic History at the Institute of Advanced Studies, Australian National University. He has published widely on a number of central issues in economic history and is editor of a number of prestigious book series and journals

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