Qual2Rule papers at Social Simulation 2017 in Dublin 2017

We were very pleased to have papers for two sessions at the Social Simulation Conference 2017 in Dublin (where we have had mostly good weather so far!). The papers are:

  • The Venezuelan System of Potato Production: a simulation model to understand roots of deficienciesOswaldo Terán, Christophe Sibertin-Blanc, Ravi Rojas, and Liccia Romero
  • Qualitative Data in the Service of Model Building — the Case of Structural Shirking — Patrycja Antosz and Harko Verhagen
  • A simulation model for assessing social empowerment: the case of the Southern Rural
    Territory of Sergipe, BrazilMarcos A. S. d. Silva and Pascal Roggero

Extended abstracts available within: https://sim2017.mira.cx/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2016/12/ESSA@Work-1.zip

  • An Empirically Informed Practice-centric Approach to Model Demand Response in HouseholdsKavin Narasimhan, Nigel Gilbert and Aimie Hope
  • WHETHER TO PROTEST. A computational analysis of mobilization for the Arab
    SpringStephanie Dornschneider
  • Ontological politics in a world of political ontologiesLia ní Aodha.

Extended abstracts available within: https://sim2017.mira.cx/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2016/12/ESSA@Work-2.zip