Complexity Explorer Santa Fe Institute


Modeling Complex Systems for Public Policies

This book tries to help building the bridge between complexity and public policies, by bringing together an international group of prominent researchers, stemming from the very Santa Fe Institute, University of Maryland, University of Tokyo, University of Sidney, ETH Zurich, Bielefeld University, Utrecht University, New England Complex Systems Institute, Polytechnic Institute of Lisbon, MITRE Corporation, University of Brasilia, University of São Paulo and EMBRAPA and Ipea researchers. By introducing the major concepts, methods and state-ofthe-art research in the area, the book is intended to be a seminal contribution to the application of the complexity approach to public policies, and a gateway for the world of complexity. Editors Bernardo Alves Furtado Patrícia A. M. Sakowski Marina H. Tóvolli

Institute for Applied Economic Researc
Public Policy, Complex Systems, Modeling

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