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John Sterman's Business Dynamics Page
Jan. 24, 2003
John Sterman, author of Business Dynamics: systems Thinking and Modeling for a Complex World on system dynamics modeling for the analysis of policy and strategy, with a focus on business and public policy applications. Visit his site at MIT

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Fiddaman's System Dynamics Bookmarks

Tom Fiddaman's web page of comprehensive links to software vendors and academic sites in system dynamics and related simulation-oriented fields.

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Road Maps: Learning Systems Dynamics
Jan. 24, 2003
Road Maps is a self-study guide to learning system dynamics. It is organized as a series of chapters, and is being developed by the System Dynamics in Education Project at MIT. Presently, nine chapters of Road Maps are available in .pdf format. Road Maps teaches the reader how to identify different kinds of systems all around us and how to model these systems using a computer. Road Maps can be a resource for both beginners and advanced system dynamics modelers, and requires no previous system dynamics knowledge and only basic math skills.

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Sustainability Institute
2/11/03
A think-do tank dedicated to sustainable resource use, sustainable economics, and sustainable community. The Institute was founded in 1996 by the late Donella Meadows and is anchored on the philosophy that unsustainability does not arise simply out of ignorance, irrationality or greed. Unsustainability is the result of the collective consequences of rational, well-intended decisions made by people caught up in systems—ranging from families and communities to corporations, governments and economies—that make it difficult or even impossible to act in ways that are fully responsible to all who are impacted in the present and future.

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