Building: (Building D) Faculty of Law, Administration & Economics Floor: 2nd floor Room: 2.03
This panel aims at exploring models that provide support to the innovative projects for public services. Such models suggest how requirements for public services could be combined with legal requirements such that public services could adapt and learn from the interactions with the users in complex volatile environments. Target areas of public services include comparative judicial systems, court and public prosecutor office technologies, the evaluation and management of innovation in legal systems, complex administrative environments. Modelling research approaches include agent-based systems and complex adaptive systems.