Author: Johannes M. Bauer
This project is a collaborative effort with Professor Volker Schneider at the University of Konstanz, Germany. The three-year project was funded in 2006 by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Germany. The proposed project aims at the development of a micro-foundation to modelling these dynamic processes starting from individual agent’s decisions.
One of the key features of the new environment is the presence of pervasive links between individuals, which changes the conditions of optimal decision-making for individuals, organizations, and policy-makers. Many of the available research approaches and tools fall short of the challenges as they use static or relatively simple dynamic approaches.
The proposed project is premised on the belief that recent “complex systems theories” promise to yield more powerful tools to understand the dynamic processes in communications systems.
Contact: Johannes M. Bauer, firstname.lastname@example.org , +1.517.432.8003.
Related Publications and Media:
- Governance-Theorie und die Analyse komplexer Systeme — August 26, 2008
- Governance: Prospects of Complexity Theory in Revisiting System Theory (WP) — September 10, 2007