We know from previous articles here on Urban Dynamics that crime is usually concentrated in areas of urban blight and decay. However, what happens if the system completely collapses? And why? In this guest blog, Shrey Srivastava explores the economic aftermath. – The Systems Scientist
Since the infamous 9/11 terror attacks that shook America, and indeed, much of the developed world, many academics have all been looking for exactly what is the root cause of the radicalism that pervades and is so cancerous to modern society. However, the main core of the problem may not be political, or even psychological: it might be economic.
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