Systems Thinking and Sustainable Development series

Founding Editor: Hassan Qudrat-Ullah, Professor of Decision Sciences, School of Administrative Studies, Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies, York University, Canada

Bridging the gap between systems thinking and sustainable development, this series provides a platform for cutting-edge research and insights. It seeks to address the pressing challenges facing our world today, such as climate change, inequality, and resource depletion, through the lens of systems thinking.

By integrating diverse perspectives from academia, industry, and policymaking, books in the series offer innovative solutions and methodologies for fostering sustainability. It adds value to the existing literature by fostering interdisciplinary dialogue and collaboration, encouraging the development of holistic approaches to complex problems and exploring how systems thinking can inform and enhance our approaches to achieving sustainable development goals. Key features include empirical research, case studies, and practical applications, making it an essential resource for scholars, practitioners, and policymakers alike.

The series is open to authored, co-authored, edited and co-edited books.
If you would like to discuss a proposal for the series please contact:

Katy Crossan - [email protected]