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What can we do with simulations of real cases?

In this video, Wander Jager explains the referendum model, and reflects on future applications.

In this video, Wander Jager explains the different interests of people that were relevant to include in simulating the park referendum case. He explains what kind of policy experiments have been done with the simulation tool. Finally, a reflection is given on how developing such models together with the population (co-creation) may contribute to a dialogue and strengthen local democratic processes.

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Decision Making in a Complex World: Using Computer Simulations to Understand Human Behaviour

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