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

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Table of Contents

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