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Policy and Complex Systems Volume 3, Number 1, Spring 2017

 

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Growing Collaborations: Forecasting Changes in Partnership Networks using a Bottom-Up Approach
Steve Scheinert, Asim Zia, Christopher Koliba, and Scott Merrill
 doi: 10.18278/jpcs.3.1.1 
 
A Complexity Context to Classroom Interactions and Climate: 
ABM Forecasting Achievment
Liz Johnson, Linda Lemasters, Prasun Bhattacharyya
 doi: 10.18278/jpcs.3.1.2
 
An awareness based approach to sustainability: Agent-Based Modeling for decision making in energy policies
Giovanna Sissa, Paola Girdinio, Pietro Terna
 doi: 10.18278/jpcs.3.1.3 
 
Complex   System  Behavoir  In  Democratic  Policy   Theory
 Micheal Givel
 doi: 10.18278/jpcs.3.1.4
 
The Four Dimensions of Complexity: Using Framing in Resolving Wicked Problems (Poverty in the U.S.)
Ivan Udell
doi: 10.18278/jpcs.3.1.5
 
A systematic literature review of studies applying complex systems theory
 Felipe de Oliveira Simoyama, Flávia Mori Sarti 
 doi: 10.18278/jpcs.3.1.6

 

 

 

Policy and Complex Systems Volume 2, Number 1, Spring 2015

 
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Editor’s Introduction
Mirsad Hadžikadić
doi: 10.18278/jpcs.2.1.1
 
Letter to Editor John Henry Holland Overview
Joseph Cochran
doi: 10.18278/jpcs.2.1.2
 
Deriving the Expected Value of The Tax Underreporting Rate
J. T. Manhire
doi: 10.18278/jpcs.2.1.3

An Agent-Based Simulation of the Swiss Labour Market: An Alternative for Policy Evaluation
Moreno Baruffini
doi: 10.18278/jpcs.2.1.4
 
Computational Modeling of Caregiver Stress
William G. Kennedy, Emily S. Ihara, Catherine J. Tompkins, Megumi Inoue, & Michael E. Wolf-Branigin
doi: 10.18278/jpcs.2.1.5
 
A Complex Adaptive Systems Analysis Of Shaka Zulu and The Mfecane
Chris Newman
doi: 10.18278/jpcs.2.1.6
 
Predator-Prey Dynamics and the Red Queen Hypothesis: Putting Limits on the Evolutionary Arms Race
Ted Carmichael and Mirsad Hadžikadić
doi: 10.18278/jpcs.2.1.7
 
From Agent-Based Models to Network Analysis (and Return): The Policy-Making Perspective
Magda Fontana And Pietro Terna
doi: 10.18278/jpcs.2.1.8
 
 
 
 

Policy and Complex Systems Volume 3, Number 2, Fall 2017

 

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Scenarios of Social Conflict Dynamics on Duplex Networks
Miron Kaufman, Sanda Kaufman, Hung The Diep
 doi: 10.18278/jpcs.3.2.1 
 
Modeling Social Media Effect on Civil Revolutions
Nazmiye Gizem Bacaksizlar, Mirsad Hadzikadic 
 doi: 10.18278/jpcs.3.2.2
 
Modeling Genocide at the System and Agent Levels
Elizabeth M. von Briesen, N. Gizem Bacaksizlar, Misrad Hadzikadic
 doi: 10.18278/jpcs.3.2.3 
 
Dynamics of Intergovernmental Networks: Harnesing Agent-Based Modeling Simulations for Resilient Infrastructures
 Asim Zia & Christopher Koliba 
 doi: 10.18278/jpcs.3.2.4
 
Education System Intervention Modeling Framework
Pratik Mital, Roxanne A. Moore, Donna C. Llewellyn
doi: 10.18278/jpcs.3.1.5
 

Censorship as/and Social Good: Modeling the Publication of Mark Twain's Autobiography

 Jeremy Throne 

 doi: 10.18278/jpcs.3.1.6

 

Modeling Complexity in Human Built Systems: New Approaches, New Findings in Foster Care 

Fred Wulczyn, John Halloran 

doi: 10.18278/jpcs.3.1.7

 

A Novel Evolutionary Algorithm for Mining Noisy Survey Datasets with an Application Toward Combating Chagas Disease
John P. Hanley, Donna M. Rizzo  
doi: 10.18278/jpcs.3.1.8
 
Modeling a Victim-Centered Approach for Detection of Human Trafficking Victims Within Migration Flows
Brant M. Horio, Kyle Ballard
doi: 10.18278/jpcs.3.1.9
 
Simulating Heterogeneous Farmer Behaviors under Different Policy Schemes: Integrating Economic Experiments and Agent-Based Modeling
 Shang Wu, Asim Zia, Mengyuan Ren, Kent Messer
 doi: 10.18278/jpcs.3.1.10
 
Citizen-centric Government Services Ecosystem: An Agent-based Approach to the Theory of Planned Behavior
 James R. Thompson, Trevor Caskey, Alison Dingwall, Zoe Henscheid 
 doi: 10.18278/jpcs.3.1.11
 
Plato's Cave to Unite Americans and Save Democracy but Not Without Analytics 
 Maury Seldin, Liz Johnson 
 doi: 10.18278/jpcs.3.1.12

 

 

Policy and Complex Systems Volume 2, Number 2, Fall 2015

 
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Introduction: Politics, Economics, and Financial Markets
Mirsad Hadžikadić
doi: 10.18278/jpcs.2.2.1 
 
The Freedom of Constraint: A Multilevel Simulation Model of Politics, Fertility and Economic Development
Zining Yang
doi: 10.18278/jpcs.2.2.2
 
Assessing Values-based Sourcing Strategies in Regional Food Supply Networks: An Agent-based Approach
Caroline C. Krejci, Michael C. Dorneich, and Richard T. Stone
doi: 10.18278/jpcs.2.2.3 
 
Enhancing Stock Investment Returns with Learning Aggressiveness and Trust Metrics
Zheyuan Su and Mirsad Hadžikadić
doi: 10.18278/jpcs.2.2.4
 
Generating Anthropological and Archeological Hypotheses in Okinawa through Agent-Based Simulation
Fumihiro Sakahira and Takao Terano
doi: 10.18278/jpcs.2.2.5
 
The End of (Traditional) Emergence: Introducing Reactive Emergence
Russ Abbott
doi: 10.18278/jpcs.2.2.6
 
Thresholds of Behavioral Flexibility in Turbulent Environments for Individual and Group Success
Andrea Jones-Rooy
doi: 10.18278/jpcs.2.2.7
 

Policy and Complex Systems Volume 1, Number 2, Fall 2014

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Table of Contents
 
Welcome to Policy and Complex Systems Journal
Mirsad Hadžikadić
doi: 10.18278/jpcs.1.2.9
 
Complexity Theory Section
 
Complexity: A Review of the Classics
Bernardo Alves Furtado, Ph.D. & Patrícia Alessandra Morita Sakowski
doi: 10.18278/jpcs.1.2.1
 
Systematic Power from a Complexity Theory Point of View
John R. Wood, Ph.D. & Michael Givel, Ph.D.
doi: 10.18278/jpcs.1.2.2
 
Application of Complexity in Policy Section
 
Islamic Development Thinking After the Global Financial Crisis: Shaking the “Consensus” or Mimicking It
Robert Geyer, Ph.D. & Steve Royle, Ph.D.
doi: 10.18278/jpcs.1.2.3
 
Functionality, Accuracy, and Feasibility: Talking with Modelers
Jennifer Badham
doi: 10.18278/jpcs.1.2.4
 
Complexity and Policy Simulations
 
Bridging Complexity Science and the Social Determinants of Health
George A. Kaplan, Ph.D. & Sandro Galea, MD, DrPH 
doi: 10.18278/jpcs.1.2.5
 
Modeling Market Dynamics in a Super Octane Ethanol Fuel Blend-Vehicle Power-train System: Understanding the role of consumer perception in ethanol market growth
William Chernicoff, Sergey Naumov, Shahryar Sarkani, Ph.D., & Thomas Holzer, Ph.D.
doi: 10.18278/jpcs.1.2.6
 
What’s On the Menu: Assessing Manufactured Risk in Restaurant Inspection Systems Using Agent-Based Models
Sara McPhee-Knowles
doi: 10.18278/jpcs.1.2.7
 
Book Review
 
Book Review - Dynamics Among Nations: The Evolution Of Legitimacy And Development In Modern States
David Hales, Ph.D.
doi: 10.18278/jpcs.1.2.8

 

 

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