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Satisficing in Political Decision Making

An open access entry. Wot? No discussion of Simon’s key The Sciences of the Artificial and broad discussion of collective intentionality? Artificial intelligenceBounded Rationalitycognitive closurecollective intentionalitycomplexityDecision makingHerbert Simonheuristicsphilosophy of social sciencesatisficing

The digital world, cognition and behaviour

Herbert Simon Society call for papers. For a comprehensive overview of Simon’s work by a Who’s Who of writers, check out this collection of essays. Behavioral economicsBounded RationalityCognitionCognitive scienceecological rationalityHerbert SimonheuristicsSocial network

Heuristics in Organizations and Society

The Herbert Simon Society has another call for papers out. Some Simon studies luminaries listed participated in Minds, Models and Milieux: Commemorating the Centennial of the Birth of Herbert Simon. International Conference Heuristics in Organizations and Society Turin, 13rd – 14th December, 2018 Collegio Carlo Alberto CALL FOR PAPERS The Herbert Simon Society brings together cognitive scientists,…

Gigerenzer papers

The most distinguished Gerd Gigerenzer has very kindly alerted me to some of his most recent writings. Roger and I were honoured to have Gerd participate in our co-edited Minds, Models and Milieux: Commemorating the Centennial of the Birth of Herbert Simon and moreover, with whom we spent an enjoyable time in San Francisco a couple years back.…

Heuristics in Organizations and Society

The Herbert Simon Society has just announced a call for papers though this doesn’t seem to be reflected on their website yet. Behavioral economicsCognitive sciencecomplexityHerbert Simonheuristicsorganization theoryPhilosophy of mindphilosophy of social sciencerationality