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Global Epistemologies: Concepts, Methodologies, and Data Systems


Section Editor

Miguel Centeno

Princeton University 
cenmiga@princeton.edu
 

Global Epistemologies: Concepts, Methodologies, and Data Systems


Social science has not kept up with globalization. While the scale and scope of global interactions have increased exponentially, the unit of analysis for much of social science remains the national level. While the world is assuming a different shape, social scientists continue to study it using arguably outdated scholarly foci and approaches. More comprehensive analysis of the complex systems that form the backbone of increasingly interconnected and interdependent societies is needed. The Global Epistemologies: Concepts, Methodologies and Data Systems Section of Global Perspectives is open to all forms of methodology, qualitative and quantitative, and interested in new approaches to data and data systems, their collection, visualization, and reporting as well as in studies of transnational flows and transactions among organizations and institutional complexes, including noncontiguous geographical units such as cities, regions or geopolitical alliances.

Please see the editorial, For a Global Science, written by Miguel A. Centeno and members of his Section Editorial Board.


Section Editorial Board

Chris Chase-Dunn, University of California Riverside, USA Nitsan Chorev, Brown University, USA
Victor Galaz, Stockholm University, Sweden Julian Go, Boston University, USA
Paul Larcey, University of Cambridge, UK Victoria Reyes, University of California Riverside, USA
Andrew Schrank, Brown University, USA Kristin Surak, SOAS University of London, UK

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