Date(s) - 11/16/2017
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
NAF-Biz NY invites you to a seminar
COMPLEXITY + ECONOMICS
A seminar on how complexity science is applied to the problems of government, business and economics, seeing systems not in equilibrium, but in motion, perpetually constructing itself anew.
Thursday, November 16, 2017
5:00 – 8:00 PM
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A slow-motion revolution has been occurring in science over the past decades–and will likely continue into the rest of the 21st century. Stephen Hawking has coined it the century of complexity. Governments, companies and NGOs have to act in a highly connected and diverse world–a globalized and digitized world. In other words: they have to find their way in a complex world. At this seminar, two experts in the field of complexity and economics will address how we can deal with complexity in government, business and other fields, bringing clarity to complexity.
The evening will be presented by NAF-Fulbright Alumna 2016/2017, Madeleijn van den Nieuwenhuizen.
452 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10018
NAF Member $25
About Prof. Lex Hoogduin
Lex Hoogduin is professor of complexity and uncertainty in financial markets and financial institutions at Groningen University. He is also CEO of GloComNet B.V., the network for social complexity and uncertainty, based in Hilversum, the Netherlands (www.glocomnet.com). For full bio, click on invitation above.
About Dr. Roland Kupers
Roland Kupers is an independent consultant on Complexity, Resilience and Energy Transition, as well as Associate Fellow at Oxford University, Visiting Professor at Singapore Management University and Executive Lecturer at Nyenrode Business Universiteit. For full bio, click on invitation above.
About Madeleijn van den Nieuwenhuizen
Madeleijn van den Nieuwenhuizen is a NAF-Fulbright scholar at Columbia University, pursuing an MA in American Studies with a focus on American political history and foreign policy. She holds degrees from University College Utrecht and Sciences Po Paris, and has a background in European affairs.