Chaos Theory in Politics
Santo Banerjee, Şefika Şule Erçetin, Ali Tekin
Springer, May 2, 2014 - Science - 201 pages
The present work investigates global politics and political implications of social science and management with the aid of the latest complexity and chaos theories. Until now, deterministic chaos and nonlinear analysis have not been a focal point in this area of research. This book remedies this deficiency by utilizing these methods in the analysis of the subject matter. The authors provide the reader a detailed analysis on politics and its associated applications with the help of chaos theory, in a single edited volume.
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