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    DOI: 10.15457/cp_1_17-31
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    DOI: 10.15457/cp_1_72-85
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First series of experiments: Series 1 from A to B to C to D to E

Type: Interactive resource

Title: First series of experiments

Subtitle: Series 1 from A to B to C to D to E

Collective Title: Non-linear Effects of Turbulent Institutional Modernization

Numbering: 1

Creators: Dmitry Zhukov; Sergey Lyamin

DOI: 10.15457/jgo_2017-4-1

Date of Publication: 06.11.2017

License: CC-BY-NC

Languages: English

Availability: Download (html, swf)

Format of Data: *.html, *.swf

Temporal Coverage: 01.01.2000-31.12.2015

Description: First series of experiments: imitates increasing external modernising pressure. The government’s pressure builds up quickly, while the pressure from the public opinion does not so much. This scenario brings institutional evolution into the O-area: modernized formal institutions come into being, sharing ground with traditional informal institutions. In this case, evolution is linear and predictable (А–D), with no phase transitions or maximum survival areas (basins, having attractors in the visible range), all attractors are gathered in one point, meaning that the outlook for institutions is invariable.

Geographical Area: Russia

Keywords: modernization, institutions, modeling, systemic and dynamic modeling, non-linear dynamics, agent-oriented modeling, system, fractal geometry, self-organized criticality

Structured recordings: Dmitry Zhukov; Sergey Lyamin: Nonlinear effects of turbulent institutional modernization, in: Jahrbücher für Geschichte Osteuropas 65 (2017), no. 4, pp. 624-650.

Citation: Zhukov, Dmitry; Lyamin, Sergey (2017): First series of experiments: Series 1 from A to B to C to D to E. Version: 1. Leibniz Institute for East and Southeast European Studies (IOS). Interactive resource. http://doi.org/10.15457/jgo_2017-4-1.