Behrooz Hassani Mahmooei
(B.Sc. Computer Engineering, M.A. Economics, Ph.D. Econometrics)

 

Principal Specialist, Strategic Analytics

 

Office of the President and Vice-Chancellor

Monash University

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The figure is resulted from an ongoing study on the dynamics of power. Each colour represents a local group that is fighting with others to gain control over a limited area. As the graph shows, sometimes one group becomes the dominant power and is able to suppress others, while in other occasions there is a struggle between two or more groups to become the leading force.