OECDcomplexityThanks to Alan Fowler for forwarding me this fascinating September 2009 OECD report on the implications of complexity science for public policy. In Alan’s words: “a nice and practical take on complexity and its potential contribution to public policy.”

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About Ben Ramalingam

I am a researcher and writer specialising on international development and humanitarian issues. I am currently working on a number of consulting and advisory assignments for international agencies. I am also writing a book on complexity sciences and international aid which will be published by Oxford University Press. I hold Senior Research Associate and Visiting Fellow positions at the Institute of Development Studies, the Overseas Development Institute, and the London School of Economics.

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