New Articles Published on Innovation, Complex Systems and Computation and Heterogeneity in Social Science Research

March 29, 2014
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Studies in Emergent Order is pleased to publish “Innovation, Complex Systems and Computation: Technological Space and Speculations on the Future” by Troy Camplin and Euel Elliott and “The Meaning and the Implications of Heterogeneity for Social Science Research” by Peter Lewin. Drs. Camplin and Elliot’s article puts forward a theoretical framework for understanding the critical role of technological innovation in modern […]

Symposium on Coyne’s Doing Bad by Doing Good

March 19, 2014
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Studies in Emergent Order is proud to publish a symposium on Professor Christopher J. Coyne’s Doing Bad by Doing Good: Why Humanitarian Action Fails. Dr. Coyne’s book applies the economic way of thinking to look at why humanitarian efforts led by governments and NGOs fail repeatedly. Using case studies from diverse places, including Haiti, New Orleans, Libya, and Afghanistan, […]

Symposium on Klein’s Knowledge and Coordination

March 12, 2014
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Studies in Emergent Order is proud to publish a symposium on Professor Daniel B. Klein’s Knowledge and Coordination: A Liberal Interpretation. Dr. Klein’s book reexamines some basic elements of economic liberalism by looking at Friedrich Hayek’s notion of spontaneous order through the lens of a Smithian spectator and distinguishing Hayek, Ronald Coase, and Michael Polanyi’s notion of concatenate coordination […]

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New Article Published on Conflicts in Emergent Orders

July 11, 2013
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Studies in Emergent Order is pleased to publish “Design vs. the Design Industry: Conflicts in Emergent Orders” by Jody Boehnert. Jody Boehnert’s paper argues that despite emergent skills, designers are not able to effectively address contemporary problems in regards to sustainability due to conflicts with the emergent order of the market. Critically, ‘design’ is not the same […]

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New Articles Published on Seasteading and Polycentric Law and Technology and the Architecture of Emergent Order

December 30, 2012
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Studies in Emergent Order is pleased to publish “My ‘Country’ Lies over the Ocean: Seasteading and Polycentric Law” by Allen Mendenhall and “Technology and the Architecture of Emergent Order” by Scott A. Beaulier, Daniel J. Smith, and Daniel Sutter. Allen Mendenhall’s paper considers the implications of the Seasteading Institute upon notions of law and sovereignty and argues […]

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New Articles Published on Emergent Order Tensions in Theater and The Problem of Injustice

December 20, 2012
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Studies in Emergent Order is pleased to publish “The Theater of Tensions” by Troy Earl Camplin and “The Problem of Injustice: Toward Pragmatic Libertarian Answers” by Laurent Dobuzinskis. Troy Camplin’s paper is an examination of how theaters exist in several overlapping spontaneous orders. Theaters receive their funding though philanthropy, the market, and the democratic process, and […]

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New Articles Published on Polycentric Democracy and Double Heuristics

August 29, 2012
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Studies in Emergent Order is pleased to publish “Polycentric Democracy and Its Enemies” by David Emanuel Andersson and “Double Heuristics and Collective Knowledge: the Case of Expertise” by Stephen Turner. David Emanuel Andersson’s paper is an examination of how polycentric liberal democracies are created by people and resources relocating from jurisdictions with substandard public-policy bundles by […]

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