This page provides an introduction to the sciences of complexity from the perspective of a social scientist. Research on complexity need not be hard to understand and jargon filled. See, for example, my paper “Computational Models From A To Z.”

**Book
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*Complex Adaptive Systems: An Introduction to Computational Models of Social Life*(with John Miller) Princeton University Press 2007

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**Survey Papers**

Computational Models from A to Z in *Complexity*

Agent Based Models in *The Handbook of Law and Economics*

Agent Based Models in *The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics*

**Academic Writings
**Computational Public Economics in

*Journal of Public Economic Theory*(with Ken Judd)

Computational Models in Political Economy in

*Handbook of Mathematical Economics*(with Ken Kollman)

Path Dependence in

*Quarterly Journal of Political Science*

The Rule of Six in

*Economic Theory*

The Interplay of Difference in

*Proceedings of Agents 2004*

Uncertainty, Difficulty, and Complexity

**Slides
**“An Introduction to Complex Adaptive Systems”

“Emergence in Social Systems “

**Netlogo Models
**“Complexity in Action” (with Dan Catlin)