Edutainment, learning and system dynamics

Authors

  • Paul A. Langley,

    1. London Management Centre, University of Westminster, 35 Maryle-bone Road, London NW1 5LS, U.K.
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    • Paul Langley is a Senior Lecturer in the London Management Centre at the University of Westminster where he teaches courses on Strategic Modelling. He received an MA in Computer Science from Cambridge University, and an MBA and PhD from London Business School. His research interests include the evaluation of the impact of new information technologies on individual and team learning. He is currently focusing on the effect of online cognitive feedback on managerial performance and learning in complex simulated systems.

  • Erik R. Larsen

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    • Erik Larsen is a Research Fellow at the London Business School. He obtained his PhD from the Institute of Economics, Copenhagen Business School and an MSc from the Technical University of Denmark. He has published in the areas of system dynamics, nonlinear dynamics, energy regulation and privatization.


Abstract

Notes and Insights is a forum for discussion and debate about current issues in the philosophy and application of the system dynamics approach, and a marketplace for the exchange of information about current research, policy issues and teaching experiences. Manuscripts treating material particularly suited to presentation in short form (less than 2,000 words) should be sent to Erich Zahn, Betriebswirtschaftlic hes Institut, Abt. IV, Universität Stuttgart, Keplerstr. 17, D-7000 Stuttgart 1, Germany or to Yaman Barlas, Dept. of Industrial Engineering, Bogazici University, 80815 Bebek, Istanbul, Turkey.

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