4.7 Advancing systems economics and economic cybernetics:
A Look into the Future
This session should discuss, from a cyber-systemic perspective, the contours of the new economic and social theories that meet the challenges of the 21st century, the tasks of optimizing the functioning and development of socio-economic systems, to the transition into the balanced and sustainable and socially responsible development of national economies in a multipolar world. We expect that special attention will be paid to issues of harmonization of the interaction of economic objects, self-organization, self-developing environments, intertwining business processes, commercial and non-commercial social and economic projects. This session is intended to provide from an organizational and complexity perspectives the symbiosis of individuals, institutions, innovations, and information technology.
development of hard, soft, and integrative Systems and Cybernetics theories, methodologies and approaches;
open issues of cyber-systemic study of flexibility, ergodic, openness and dynamics of organizations;
dilemmas about cyber-systemic study of systems thinking/theory/behavior, interdisciplinary knowledge, and transdisciplinary nature of organizations;
further trends of cyber-systemic study of human, social, organizational, technological and sustainable aspects of society and their interdependencies;
cyber-systemic study of ecosystems, society, organizations, businesses and human behavior.
cyber-systemic contribution in current development trends of organizations and society - like Innovative society, Industry 4.0 and Society 5.0 and Socially responsible society.