This piece on the topic of the "Psychological Consequences of the Economic Recession" is by Rosalie D. Clark. Rosalie D. Clarke is currently a research student in London, she works in the field of International Conflict Resolution (and analysis), with a particular interest in interdisciplinary approaches for resolving certain forms of conflict. She has a BA degree in International Relations and an LLM in International Criminal Justice and Armed Conflict. Rosalie can be found on both LinkedIn and Academia.edu, her CV and portfolio of work including some recent publications can be found there.
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