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Robert May
What Biology Can Teach Us About Banking

The behavior of nonlinear dynamical systems has been the unifying theme of my own nonlinear academic trajectory. Beginning as an undergraduate chemical engineer, I ended up with a PhD in theoretical physics, and roughly 10 years later transmogrified into a professor of biology at Princeton University. I believe the ways in which system risks can arise, and propagate, in different settings is best seen from many different perspectives. And it is increasingly clear that such a view of complex adaptive systems is critical to our future well-being, as we are indeed engulfed in complex, and often coupled, systems, from our environment to our social networks and our financial systems.

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