Minds, Models and Milieux: Commemorating the Centennial of the Birth of Herbert Simon

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Foreword by Katherine Simon Frank

1. Herbert Simon – a Hedgehog and a Fox by Roger Frantz and Leslie Marsh

Part I – Minds

2. Embodied Functionalism and Inner Complexity: Simon’s 21st-Century Mind by Robert Rupert

3. Towards a Rational Theory of Heuristics by Gerd Gigerenzer

4. From The Sciences of the Artificial to Cognitive History by Subrata Dasgupta

5. Rationality and the True Human Condition by Ron Sun

6. Boundedly Rational Decision-Making under Certainty and Uncertainty: Some Reflections on Herbert Simon by Mark Pingle

Part II – Models

7. Herbert Simon and Agent-Based Computational Economics by Shu-Heng Chen and Ying-Fang Kai

8. Simon’s (Lost?) Legacy in Agent-Based Computational Economics by Marco Castellani and Marco Novarese

9. From Bounded Rationality to Expertise by Fernand Gobet

10. Multiple Equilibria, Bounded Rationality, and the Indeterminacy of Economic Outcomes: Closing the System with Institutional Parameters by Morris Altman

11. Organizational decisions in the lab: the long road from the Art to the Science of organization by Massimo Egidi

Part III – Milieux

12. Simon on Social Identification: Two Connections with Bounded Rationality by Rouslan Koumakhov

13. Models of environment by Marcin Miłkowski

14. Bounded Rationality and Social Relationships in Simon’s Perspective by Stefano Fiori

15. Bounded Rationality in the Digital Age by Peter Earl

16. Herbert Simon and Some Unresolved Tensions in Professional Schools by Mie Augier and Bhavna Hariharan