Information Society: Networks, Collective Action and the Role of Institutions
Develops the implications of institutional analytical models of collective action to apply it to the current position of the information society and the networks through which information can be communicated
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International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 3, Issue 6, pp.19-32.
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Vincent Fitzsimons studied economics in Manchester and Leeds before beginning lecturing in quantitative techniques, finance and economics. His research interests in institutional economics have led him to become involved in research into the transition of Central and Eastern Europe, where he has also taught in a number of institutions. His main research focuses on the impacts of different institutions on the economic performance of economies globally, which formed the basis of his doctoral studies. He has also done research into differential economic performance of regions, and the impacts of forms of corruption on emerging markets. This work incorporates a range of disciplines from sociology and politics through to international business. As well as lecturing in economics at the University of Huddersfield he is also a doctoral candidate in the Division of Economics, and a member of the Centre for International Business, at the University of Leeds.
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