Editorial Team

Editorial Team

Co-Editors in Chief: 

Mary-Lee Rhodes, Trinity College, Ireland Housing and Healthcare Systems in Ireland; Urban Service Delivery Systems; Complex Adaptive Systems Theory and Organisations; Information Agents and Decision- Making in Organisational Systems

Asim Zia, University of Vermont, USA Policy Analysis of Complex Systems; Adaptive Decision Making and Adaptive Management; Transportation, Air Quality and Land-Use Planning; Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Policy Evaluation; International Development and Environmental Sustainability

Associate Editors

Kate Albrecht, College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA

Qian Hu, George Mason University, USA organizational networks and e-governance: the governance of inter-organizational networks for achieving collaborative outcomes, e-governance and policy informatics, investigating the potential of emergency information and communication technologies for improving public service, informing policy process, and facilitating collaborative governance

Christopher Koliba, School of Public Affairs and Administration, The University of Kansas, USA Adult Learning; Collaboration; Democratic Governance; Educational Policy; Ethics; Leadership; Learning and Cognition; Organizational Development; Research Methods; Rural Studies; School Governance; School Transformation; Social Institutions; Social Justice; Social Policy; Social Theory

Naim Kapucu, School of Public Administration, University of Central Florida, USA Network Governance, Homeland Security and Emergency Management, Leadership, Decision Making in Complex Environments, and Organizational Learning and Design

Jack Meek, University of LaVerne, USA

Editorial Board

Joachim Blatter, University of Lucerne Governance theories, case-based methods, political science

Tony Bovaird, University of Birmingham, UK Performance management, program evaluation, strategic management, marketing and quality management

Michael Butler, Aston Business School, Aston University, UK Change management, specifically, adapting promising management practices to enhance performance across varied organisational contexts, contributing to ideas about receptivity for change, knowledge exchange and project-based organisations.

Brian Castellani, Kent State University Complexity and research methods, case-based modeling, sociology and psychology, quantitative mehtods

Linda Dennard, Auburn University, USA Application of complexity analysis to organizational and social learning, decision-making, citizenship development, and health care administration

Richard Feiock, Florida State University, USA Local government; sustainable governance

Robert Geyer, Lancaster University, UK Complexity and Public Policy

Fjalar J. de Haan, University of Melbourne Expert in modeling transitions in complex systems

Philip Haynes, University of Brighton, UK Complexity Theory and Public Policy, Social care policy, Public organisation and management, Learning technologies

L. Douglas Kiel, University of Texas at Dallas, USA Application of the complexity sciences to management and organizations

Erik-Hans Klijn, Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands Urban development and infrastructure, water management, public private partnerships

Joop Koppenjan, Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands Agenda building, decision making and policy implementation, Democratic Governance in policy networks, Institutions and institutional design, Privatization and public private partnerships, Safeguarding public values in public service delivery, Project and process management,
Management of risks and uncertainties, Collaborative innovation and learning, Knowledge use and evidence based policy

Michael McGuire, Indiana University, USA Collaborative public management and network leadership; Intergovernmental and interorganizational collaboration and networks, federalism and intergovernmental relations, public management, emergency management

Michael Siciliano, University of Illinois, Chicago, USA

Eva Soerensen, Roskilde University, Denmark Governance networks, democracy

Wouter Spekkink, University of Manchester Network analysis, complex systems, event-sequence analysis, software development for complexity-informed research

Jacob Torfing, Roskilde University, Denmark Governance networks, democracy, collaboration, neo-institutional theories

Emma Uprichard, University of Warwich Sociologist, complexity-informed methods, big data, qualitative and quantitative research

Stanley Wasserman, Indiana University, USA Social Network Analysis; statistical models for social networks