Applied complexity theory as the new framework for management and public policy

Lead Research Organisation: London School of Economics & Pol Sci
Department Name: Social Psychology

Abstract

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Publications

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Alan Wilson (Author) (2010) Cities as complex systems : modelling climate change dynamics in Emergence : complexity & organization

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Antoine Bousquet (Author) (2011) Complexifying the language : a new conceptual language for IR? in Cambridge review of international affairs

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Brian Collins (Author) (2010) Energy, transport, environment and the policy challenge in Emergence : complexity & organization

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Christine Brachthaeuser (Author) (2011) Governance as a multi-level process in Cambridge review of international affairs

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David Elliott (Author) (2010) Sustainable energy systems : linking the local to the global in Emergence : complexity & organization

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Eve Mitleton-Kelly (Author) (2010) Energy and climate change : the contribution of complexity science - an interview with Lord David Puttnam in Emergence : complexity & organization

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Jean Boulton (Author) (2010) Complexity theory and implications for policy development in Emergence : complexity & organization

 
Description This was a seminar series NOT a research project. Findings are therefore not applicable. Many insights emerged from the discussions but they were not 'findings'. Several publications emerged from the discussions and collaborations and these are listed under 'publications'.
Exploitation Route Each seminar addressed a different topic, such as energy, security in the hospitality industry, policy and evacuation following a major disaster. Some seminars were video recorded and can be seen at www.lse.ac.uk/complexity (ESRC Seminars). Others can use some of the insights to change policy especially in the energy and security and emergency sectors.
Sectors Energy,Environment,Leisure Activities, including Sports, Recreation and Tourism,Government, Democracy and Justice,Security and Diplomacy

 
Description This was a seminar series NOT a research project. There were no 'findings' as such. However the insights were captured in papers and books listed in 'publications'.
First Year Of Impact 2010
Sector Energy,Environment,Leisure Activities, including Sports, Recreation and Tourism,Government, Democracy and Justice,Security and Diplomacy
Impact Types Cultural,Societal,Economic,Policy & public services