Thursday, June 02, 2005

Stuck at the Intersection of Government and the Mass Age

Pundita essays exploring problems of governing mega populations and the implications for US foreign policy.

Stuck at the Intersection of Government and the Mass Age
(Essays listed in order of publication)

Is there a traffic engineer in the house? Laying out the concept of applying principles of large scale systems design to governing megapopulations.

Your village called, they're missing an idiot Making government more responsive to new challenges.

Foreign policy and large scale systems

Seeking a field of large scale systems design "This mystical blend of analytic and qualitative thinking about the problems of government" A decision analyst weighs in.

Getting unstuck from the intersection of government and the Mass Age

Pundita's struggles with defining scope of the topic Discussion with Michael Wright.

Dial 311 One idea for getting unstuck

Related essays

How do you run a government when the voters are smarter than you? What happens when a large segment of society is more knowledgeable than civil servants and elected officials?

The Elephant in the World's Living Room How did so many governments in so many diverse cultures, and with such diverse histories, end up plain crooks during this era?

"There is no box" Bringing real democracy to world's rural peoples.

Fire up the cell phone, gather round the radio Not by any one way does democracy come to the rural developing world.

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