Phin Upham’s academic research focuses on understanding how complex social institutions interact to create the environment for success and innovation. His dissertation at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania yielded a number of papers on the subject.
Phin Upham has also published academic essays related to his research, such as “Citation structure of an emerging research area on the verge of application” (2009), “Finding cohesive clusters for analyzing knowledge communities” (2008) and “Analyzing knowledge communities using foreground and background clusters” (2010). Upham has also published a number of essays on unrelated topics from charity to business management to philosophy.
Phin Upham has served as editor for three books in association with the Harvard Review of Philosophy: Philosophers in Conversation (2002), The Space for Love and Garbage(2008), and All We Need is a Paradigm (2009).
He currently works in the financial sector, focusing on on macro analysis and technology.
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