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CAPS 2017

CAPS 2017

April 12 – 14, 2017

Complexity-Based
Analytics and
Policies for
Social Good

Invited Speaker: Robert Axtell
Organizer: The Journal for Policy and Complex Systems (program committee)
Host:
The Center for Complexity in Business, Robert H. Smith School of Business, UMD
Location: Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Center, University of Maryland, Washington, DC
Registration: (registration info)

  • $300 ($350 after 15-March 2017).
  • Students $25 (free for paper and poster presenters).

Sponsors: (sponsorship info)

  • Cisco Systems
  • Policy Studies Organization (PSO)
  • Computational Social Science Society of the Americas (CSSSA)

CAPS 2017 is the first International Conference on Complexity-Based Analytics and Policies for Social Good. This is a cross-disciplinary conference for research in which the tools of Complex Systems and/or Agent Based Modeling are used to examine a wide range of policies and procedures that promote, emphasize, contribute to, improve, or otherwise positively affect social good. This scope includes new definitions and measures of social good, methodologies for tracking impacts and trends, data sets, analytical methods, actors and populations, dynamic models, or social-level analysis.

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