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Urban Networks – Rethinking The City

This paper deals with the analysis of this current situation as it unfolds and asks the question what approach or set of solutions would be appropriate for meeting the growing challenges and demands of a world that is rap

Understanding The Networked Economy

Understanding The Networked Economy is our white paper on the transition of advanced economies into a new form of information based networked model where we provide insight, analysis, and recommendations to help researchers and organizations

Knowledge Society

With the advent of information technology today there are major changes in how people look at knowledge, create it and apply it. This time is now widely recognized as the beginning of what has come to be called the Knowledge Age; an advanced form of economy in which knowledge and ideas are the main sources of economic value added.

Network Society Short Film

The information revolution is often identified as the most profound driver of change in our world today, enabling an ongoing disruptive transformation in the deep structure to our Industrial Age social institutions as we move further into the 21st century.

Political Complexity Overview

Advocates of complexity theory describe it as a new scientific paradigm. Complexity theory suggests that we shift our analysis from individual parts of a political system to the system as a whole; as a network of elements that interact and combine to produce systemic emergent behavior. Such new insight helps us to better approach

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