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Book Review: Before Babylon, Beyond Bitcoin: From Money that We Understand to Money that Understands Us

My review of “Before Babylon, Beyond Bitcoin: From Money that We Understand to Money that Understands Us” by David Birch, concerning the history of money, fintech and cryptocurrencies, is online here at the LSE Review of Books. Advertisements

Book Review: Before Babylon, Beyond Bitcoin: From Money that We Understand to Money that Understands Us

My review of “Before Babylon, Beyond Bitcoin: From Money that We Understand to Money that Understands Us” by David Birch, concerning the history of money, fintech and cryptocurrencies, is online here at the LSE Review of Books.

Review: Aquaculture Law & Policy: Global, Regional & National Perspectives, edited by Nigel Bankes, Irene Dahl & David L Vangerzwaag

My review of “Review: Aquaculture Law and Policy: Global, Regional and National Perspectives” in the latest issue of “Water Law” is now online at SSRN. Sustainable use of our oceans is a key challenge of our time, and aquaculture is a

Review: Aquaculture Law & Policy: Global, Regional & National Perspectives, edited by Nigel Bankes, Irene Dahl & David L Vangerzwaag

My review of “Review: Aquaculture Law and Policy: Global, Regional and National Perspectives” in the latest issue of “Water Law” is now online at SSRN. Sustainable use of our oceans is a key challenge of our time, and aquaculture is a

Review: ‘Diplomatic Afterlives’

The increasing profile of ex-presidents, prime ministers and foreign ministers on cross-border issues is a prominent aspect of current debates about global governance. Professor Andrew F. Cooper’s book ‘Diplomatic Afterlives’ investigates this phenomenon with a focus on Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton, Nelson Mandela,

Review: ‘Diplomatic Afterlives’

The increasing profile of ex-presidents, prime ministers and foreign ministers on cross-border issues is a prominent aspect of current debates about global governance. Professor Andrew F. Cooper’s book ‘Diplomatic Afterlives’ investigates this phenomenon with a focus on Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton, Nelson Mandela,