Contents: Volume 1, No. 2, February, 2015



Complexity, Governance & Networks 2 (2014) 1-8
DOI: 10.7564/14-CGN15
Informed Governance:
Complexity and the Commons

Jack Meeka and Kevin Marshallb
aUniversity of La Verne (USA), E-mail: Jmeek (@)
bUniversity of La Verne (USA), E-mail: Kmarshall (@)



Complexity, Governance & Networks 2 (2014) 9-22
DOI: 10.7564/14-CGN14
Self-Organization in Collective Action:
Elinor Ostrom’s Contributions and Complexity Theory

Göktuğ Morçöl
Pennsylvania State University at Harrisburg, E-mail: gxm27 (@)



Complexity, Governance & Networks 2 (2014) 23-40
DOI: 10.7564/14-CGN16
Creating and Maintaining Innovative Space — A Framework for Unraveling the Complexities of Entrepreneurial Systems
Kevin S. Marshall
University of La Verne Colleges of Law, Business and Public Management, E-mail: kmarshall (@)



Complexity, Governance & Networks 2 (2014) 41-56

DOI: 10.7564/14-CGN17
Defining the Entropy of Hierarchical Organizations
David Chappella and T. Gregory Deweyb,*
aDepartment of Mathematics, Physics and Computer Science, University of La Verne, La Verne, CA 91750 E-mail: dchappell (@)
bOffice of the Provost, University of La Verne, La Verne, CA 91750 E-mail: gdewey (@)



Complexity, Governance & Networks 2 (2014) 57-78

DOI: 10.7564/14-CGN13
The Emergence of Metropolitan Governance:
A coevolutionary analysis of the life-and-death cycles
of metropolitan governance in the Amsterdam metropolitan region

Danny Schippera and Lasse Gerritsb
aErasmus University Rotterdam, E-mail: schipper (@)
bUniversity of Bamberg, E-mail: lasse.gerrits (@)



Complexity, Governance & Networks 2 (2014) 79-98

DOI: 10.7564/14-CGN18
Intersections in delta development; analyzing actors for complexity-sensitive spatial concepts
Bonno Pela,*, Jitske van Popering-Verkerkb Arwin van Buurenb and Jurian Edelenbosb
aUniversité Libre de Bruxelles
E-mail: Bonno.Pel (@)
bErasmus University Rotterdam
E-mail: verkerk (@)
E-mail: vanbuuren (@)
E-mail: edelenbos (@)



Complexity, Governance & Networks 2 (2014) 99-118

DOI: 10.7564/14-CGN12
Isomorphic Properties of Network Governance:
Comparing Two Watershed Governance Initiatives in
the Lake Champlain Basin Using Institutional Network Analysis

Christopher Kolibaa, Adam Reynoldsb, Asim Ziac and Steven Scheinertd
University of Vermont
ackoliba (@)
bazreynol (@)
cazia (@)
dsscheine (@)