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

March 29, 2014 by

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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 […]

Interesting case of science vs the market

January 15, 2012 by

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One of the least explored yet most important aspects of how spontaneous orders manifest in the modern world is that of the tensions between them, tensions that undermine the traditional classical liberal vision of harmony arising out of voluntary interactions. A fascinating example is that of the tensions between the incentives rewarded by the market […]