Law, Public Policies and Complex Systems: Networks in Action (Hardcover)
Public Policies, Law, Complexities and Networks.- Part I Complexity Faced by Jurists.- Codification, Between Legal Complexity and Computer Science Agility.- Organizational Consciousness Versus Artificial Consciousness.- The Entity-Process Framework for Integrated Agent-Based Modeling of Social-Ecological Systems.- Part II Complexity in Action and Policy Analysis.- An Interdisciplinary Study of Leptospirosis Surveillance Systems in Three Regencies of East Java, Indonesia.- Complexity of Scenarios of Future Health: Integrating Policies and Laws.- Architectural Pattern for Health Forecasting, Surveillance and Early Warning Systems.- Water Management and Development: The Limits of Coordination.- Formal Analysis of the Conflictive Play of Actors Regarding the Building of a Dam.- Part III Complexity and Networks.- Exploiting the Web of Law.- Environmental and Trade Regimes: Comparison of Hypergraphs Modeling the Ratifications of UN Multilateral Treaties.- How to Compare Bundles of National Environmental and Development Indexes?.- Network Theory and Legal Information "for" Reality: A Triple Support for Deliberation, Decision Making, and Legal Expertise.
Romain Boulet is Doctor in mathematics and associate professor at the iaelyon School of Management and is a member of the Magellan Research Center in Lyon, France. His research areas include graph theory (especially algebraic graph theory) and network analysis, with a particular interest in interdisciplinary collaboration. He has focused on the analysis of legal networks and organized workshops on complexity and public policy. Claire Lajaunie is Doctor of Law, HDR-accreditation to supervise research- (Aix-Marseille University, France). Researcher at Inserm, she is a Board Member of the International Multidisciplinary Thematic Network "Biodiversity, Health and Societies in Southeast Asia" (Thailand). She is working on Global Environmental Law and public policies, their links with regulation regarding health (infectious diseases) and ethical issues. She is currently involved in research projects focusing on Southeast Asia and she is particularly interested in the relationship between environmental law, ecology and rural development. She is also Affiliate Researcherat the Strathclyde Centre for Environmental Law and Governance, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland. Pierre Mazzega is Doctor in earth observation from space, Engineer in geophysics, HDR-accreditation to supervise research- (Toulouse University, France). Senior scientist at CNRS in the Geosciences Environment Toulouse lab (France), he is developing research on the modelling of environmental Law, policy and governance complex systems, and in the nonlinear (in situ & remote sensing; quantitative and qualitative) data analysis and assimilation in models. He is also Affiliate Researcher the Strathclyde Centre for Environmental Law and Governance, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland.