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Dynamical Social Systems

We live in an increasingly interconnected world, which has caused many social systems (e.g. economies, cities, nations, corporations) to become fundamentally complex by nature. At the IAS, we study various social phenomena (e.g. polarisation, cultural transmission, crime) from a complexity perspective.