Social Coordination in a Complex Society

Published by Lexington Books

The central question of this volume is, "How should a complex society govern itself to get things done?" How should we solve vexing social problems like intergenerational poverty and climate change, for example, or respond to crises such as natural disasters or global pandemics? Among the forms of social coordination available to us, which gives us the most effective route to a workable solution without creating significant problems in its wake?

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