Policy and Complexity in the 21st Century

The series ‘Policy and Complexity in the 21st Century’ brings together researchers and practitioners to discuss the challenges of policy-making in the complexity of today’s world. The point of departure of this series is the observation that a set of persistent problems continue to plague policy and administration. The complexity sciences may offer new ways in which these issues can be understood and addressed. In this series, we will unpack these problems through dialogue between practitioners and scientists. This way, we create a better understanding of the blind spots, pitfalls and gains to be made at the nexus of policy and complexity.