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STS Prof Hits 4 Million

18 February 2014

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STS Professor Donald Gillies (Professor Emeritus in Philosophy of Science) is a clever academic. He's also a lucky one. This week, he's been told one of his research papers was the 4 millionth download from UCL's open access system, UCL Discovery. His much-sought-after publication:

Gillies, D.; (2003) Probability and uncertainty in Keynes's The General Theory. In: Mizuhara, S. and Runde, J., (eds.) The Philosophy of Keynes' Economics: Probability, Uncertainty and Convention. (pp. 108-126). Routledge: London, UK. (

For more on UCL Discovery (blog)

For more on Professor Gillies (UCL IRIS website / STS staff website

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