Stephen Judd

The Human Side of Trade – Medium

How trade and innovation are similar...

Stephen Judd

Stephen Judd

Stephen Judd

Scheduling 101: Using Calendly for Student Appointments

Worth looking into, though I don't personally have a good use case right now.

Stephen Judd

Stephen Judd

Disconnected, fragmented, or united? a trans-disciplinary review of network science | Applied Network Science | Full Text

During decades the study of networks has been divided between the efforts of social scientists and natural scientists, two groups of scholars who often do not see eye to eye. In this review I present an effort to mutually translate the work conducted by scholars from both of these academic fronts hoping to continue to unify what has become a diverging body of literature. I argue that social and natural scientists fail to see eye to eye because they have diverging academic goals. Social scientists focus on explaining how context specific social and economic mechanisms drive the structure of networks and on how networks shape social and economic outcomes. By contrast, natural scientists focus primarily on modeling network characteristics that are independent of context, since their focus is to identify universal characteristics of systems

Stephen Judd

Stephen Judd

Stephen Judd

The Systems Thinker

Articles and papers on system thinking.

Stephen Judd