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2005/06/14 Latest issue of E:CO 6.4 {Kurt Richardson}
Posted by: daviding (Moderator)
Date: September 05, 2005 03:52PM

Dear Colleague
The latest issue of the international journal Emergence: Complexity and Organization was published today. The current issue includes:

Complexity Science as Order-Creation Science: New Theory, New Method (Bill McKelvey)
Shifting the Mental Model and Emerging Innovative Behavior: Action Research of a Quality Management System (Stephen D. Tsai, Chung-Yu Pan & Hong-Quei Chiang)
Information Security in Cross-Enterprise Collaborative Knowledge Work (Ann Majchrzak & Sirkka L. Jarvenpaa)
Full Spectrum Analysis: Practical OR in the Face of the Human Variable (Graham Mathieson)
Complexity and TINA (Pedro Sotolongo)
Emergence (originally published in 1926) Stephen C. Pepper (with an introduction by Jeffrey Goldstein)
Systems Theory and Complexity: Part 2 (Kurt A. Richardson)
Chaos and Complexity: New Practices for an Emergence Concept of Family Health in a Brazilian Experience (Ivan A. Guerrini & Regina Stella Spagnuolo) (with commentaries provided by Richard Knowles, David Boje and Ken Baskin)
The Social String Theory - S2T: Establishing the Ties that Bind
(Ron Schultz)

For those of you who currently subscribe to E:CO you can access the latest issue using your personal access account. Your print version will be sent out mid-July. If you would like to subscribe to E:CO then this can now be done online at:
[emergence.org]
Issue 6.1-2 is still available for free at:
[emergence.org]
We will be soon be adding an alternative print version of the journal for those of you who'd prefer to have your yearly issues bound in one place. During the current volume you would receive full e-access (including access to all archives) and then at the end of the volume cycle you would receive an edited book containing all the volume's papers in one publication. Details will soon appear on E:CO's website (http://emergence.org).
Happy complexifying!
Kurt Richardson, Managing Editor E:CO



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