Embracing complexity and uncertainty: The potential of agent-based modeling for environmental planning and policy

Zellner, M.L. (2008). Embracing complexity and uncertainty: The potential of agent-based modeling for environmental planning and policy. Planning Theory and Practice, 9.4: 437-457. Zellner represents the field of urban planning and policy. However, she is most interested in environmental policy and planning. To Zellner, environmental planning is a dynamic field that has shaped its analytical… Continue Reading Embracing complexity and uncertainty: The potential of agent-based modeling for environmental planning and policy

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