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Complexity science and its application value to social systems – theory as a tool of exploring the unknown

This discussion will cover an overview of complexity. It will focus on complex adaptive systems since these system types are most relevant to social systems and organisational systems and how the embedded power relations are being challenged in the modern global economy.

Speakers: Dr Fuad Udemans and Mr Abbas Jamie
Moderated by: Emeritus Professor George Ellis

Date:          Wednesday, 12 May 2021
Time:         15h30 - 16h30 (CAT/ SAST)
Platform:   Microsoft Teams


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