Complexity And Co-Evolution: Continuity And Change In Socio-Economic Systems
Edward Elgar Publishing| ISBN184542140X | 2006-11-30 | PDF | 219 pages | 1.1 MB
`Complexity theory first emerged three decades or so ago, but only recently has its potential relevance for the study of social and economic phenomena really begun to be recognised. This timely collection of essays clearly demonstrates, both conceptually and empirically, how complexity theory ideas can provide considerable insight into how socio-economic systems - cities, societies, industries, technologies and economies - evolve and adapt over time. It is essential reading for anyone interested in how order and evolution emerge out of the seemingly chaotic socio-economic world around us.'
- Ron Martin, University of Cambridge, UK
`I read Complexity and Co-Evolution with real pleasure. These authors have done the near impossible - they have made the concepts of a new and evolving science accessible to people who can apply it in practical ways. The clarity of writing reflects the sort of confidence only the truly informed can muster, for they need no jargon to cover confusions. Their mastery allows them to present the essentials in simple, unadorned forms and through genuinely illustrative examples. Any manager or director trying to navigate dynamic markets can use this book to learn new ways of thinking, explore new possibilities, and study historical experiences.'
- Robert Artigiani, United States Naval Academy
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