Insite is holding its second general meeting on October 15 and 16 in Venice around the roles of art, science, and other forms of narratives in promoting a sustainable future.
24.10.2012 - 27.10.2012
Aims and Scope Today's economies and the future of the eurozone largely depends on the dynamics of financial systems which appear as an intertwined plexus of institutions, markets and intermediaries. The school aims at...
The EC has published a call in the FP7 ICT work programme 2013 (objective 5.4) on policy modelling that addresses issues in "Global Systems Science". This call is an opportunity to submit proposals in the area of...
Analytical distinctions, like those made in economics, are necessary for any theoretical advances to occur. When these distinctions begin to shape an economist’s view of the world rather than respond to it, it is right to ask if...
The Latsis Symposium of ETH Zurich is a prestigious yearly event, sponsored by the Latsis foundation.
Recent economic events have underlined how research in economics needs to take into account heterogeneous dynamics, with possibilities of rupture and crisis: networks and interactions are central and have to be modelled. This...
More information: United Nations Environment Programme – Champions of the EarthArizone State University – UN names ASU sustainability dean a 'Champion of the Earth'
The time is ripe for a research programme blending the themes of complexity and sustainability.
The task assigned to GSDP is to develop an ICT intensive science of global systems that is of real use to practitioners.
How to bundle and use the existing resources and how to generate additional resources for the community?
Within the exiting GSDP network, a number of other projects and initiatives are of special relevance.
Why and how to get in touch with GSDP?
Where, when, how?