The New Economic Windows series, derived from Massimo Salzano?s ideas and work, will collect textbooks, monographs and conference proceedings regarding both the theoretical and applied aspects of various subdisciplines of economics in order to develop an integrated view of economics as a whole.
The aim of the series is to highlight new solutions for old problems. Socio-economic studies require innovative methodologies able to handle the increasing complexity and challenges that arise from the sharp growth of intensity, frequency and effect of interactions among economic agents.
The series is designed to reflect the multi- and interdisciplinary nature of the subject. It provides research and tutorial texts for PhD students and professional researchers. The fields cover an interdisciplinary approach based on the following concepts: Irreversibility, Chaos Theory, Fuzzy Sets, Fractal Geometry, Neural Networks, Quantum Games, Mechanical Statistics, Non-linear Control, etc., which imply a reinterpretation of economic processes.
This series will be a forum for new ideas and concepts concerning recent developments and unsolved problems in "socio-economics as complex systems" and the applications of these ideas to the policy scenario. Thus, it will cover recent significant developments in the field, both of a foundational and applicative character.
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