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Professor Dave Byrne

Emeritus Professor


Affiliations
Affiliation
Emeritus Professor in the Department of Sociology
Fellow of the Durham Research Methods Centre
Associate Member in the Centre for Humanities Engaging Science and Society (CHESS)

Research interests

  • case based methods
  • complexity theory
  • postindustrial social structures
  • privatization of welfare systems
  • quantitative methods
  • urban systems

Esteem Indicators

  • 2009: Journal Editorships: Editor Sociology, AcSS, SPA nominee for RAE panel, participant in international Gulbenkian review of future of science in general, various international and prestigious UK plenary presentations in areas of complexity and socila exclusion.
  • 2009: Academician - Academy of Learned Societies for the Social Sciences: Nominated by Social Policy Association
  • 2009: International Presentation: Participation in and plenary presentation to International Symposium on Complexity and Transformation Netherlands
  • 2009: International Presentation: Presentation to Institute for Advanced Studies - University of Stellenbosch on Complexity.
  • 2000: International Presentation: Presentation to staff Cleveland Western Reserve and Cleveland State University - Comparison of post-industrial industrial cities.
  • 2000: International Presentation: Presentation to staff and postgraduates Erasmus University Rotterdam - Research the trajectories of complex cities.
  • 2000: International Presentation: Presentation to staff and postgraduates University of Arizona - Exploring causality in the trajectories of complex systems.
  • 2000: International Presentation: Presentation to staff group Technical University of Delft - Researching the trajectories of complex cities.

Publications

Authored book

Chapter in book

Edited book

Journal Article

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