Edited by Robert Geyer and Paul Cairney
Chapter 27: Conclusion: where does complexity and policy go from here?
After reviewing all of the chapters, trying to put them in a coherent order and then getting them edited and organized (with the help of our excellent Research Assistant, Nicola Mathie), what have we learned about the ‘state of complexity and policy thinking’, the nature of the ‘complexity dilemma’ that confronts academics and policy actors working in this area and some potential future directions?
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