Systems theory as a foundation for governance of complex systems

@inproceedings{Whitney2015SystemsTA,
  title={Systems theory as a foundation for governance of complex systems},
  author={Kaitlynn M. Whitney and Joseph M. Bradley and Dale E. Baugh},
  year={2015}
}
The broad set of propositions identified in systems literature (circa 1900–2000s) provides an adequate, largely comprehensive subset of the complete set of all systems theory propositions. Discoverers’ induction can then be applied to integrate common ideas among propositions in order to produce a set of generalised laws (axioms). A proposal for a systems theory construct resting on an axiomatic set supported by unified systems theory propositions was presented by Adams et al. (2014). This… CONTINUE READING

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