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James Hollway is an Associate Professor at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva. His research develops multilevel and dynamic network theories, methods, and data to help us better understand the implications of institutional and policy choices in various empirical settings such as fisheries, freshwater, trade, and health. His recent book “Multimodal Political Networks” is available in paperback with Cambridge University Press.

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