Corporate Governance and Complexity Theory

When I was in London I did some work with the LSE Complexity Research Group, which applies complexity theory to a number of different fields. The ESRC-funded project I worked on was on Corporate Governance, and it was initiated in the wake of the Enron and other high profile corporate governance scandals. It was an extremely interesting project that assembled an interdisciplinary team of legal experts, management specialists, economists, systems analysts and others that used a variety of methodologies, including field interviews, Delphi methods, and literature analyses.

The resulting report was published as a book by Edward Elgar Publications in 2010, and put on googlebooks. Most of my contributions are in Part V, on Complexity Theory and Corporate Governance.

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