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Presentation by Rossen Kazakov, PhD
Socioeconomic systems are complex adaptive systems comprising interacting agents and limited resources. Individual or organizational actors follow certain behavioural routines informed by their decision-making heuristics to reduce choice complexity and judgement.
The presentation will provide examples from the forthcoming Springer book on Management Science: ‘Understanding and Managing Socioeconomic Systems Behaviour’. Dr. Kazakov’s coauthors are Penka Petrova and Yavora Kazakova. Examples will be from healthcare, finance, sociology, and education. The book explores different resource-agent qualitative and quantitative modelling and simulation applications in healthcare and pharmaceuticals, financial markets, ideological systems and education.