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Jonathan Dawes is an applied mathematician with a wide range of experience in interdisciplinary collaborations. In recent work he has attempted to bring new mathematical techniques to bear on sustainable development, seeking to understanding the consequences of interlinkages between the SDGs through a network science approach.

His recent publications include:    J.H.P. Dawes, SDG interlinkage networks: analysis, robustness, sensitivities, and hierarchies. World Development 149:105693. (2022). Available at    J.H.P. Dawes, Are the Sustainable Development Goals self-consistent and mutually achievable? Sustainable Development 28:101–117 (2020). Available at

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