The Center for Complexity Economics, Applied Spirituality and Public Policy (CEASP) of Jindal School of Government and Public Policy (JSGP) has launched the student-led Reading and Discussion Circle (RDC) 2.0 in an online mode for all interested scholars, students, and practitioners to read and discuss in a group by learning from each other in the emerging ideas of Complexity Theory, Complexity Economics, Applied Spirituality, Quantum Social Science and Public Policy.
The first discussion group of the series was held on November 20, led by Ms. Sumalatha, a Student Member at CEASP. The session revolved on an interactive discussion towards the potential of using complexity frameworks, approaches and theories in India, the fruitful transfer of scientific lessons and policy needs between complexity scientist and policymakers, and for the making of policy processes integrative, bottom-up and effective in Indian contexts.
CEASP said anyone interested in complexity sciences and related areas can be a part of the series by filling out the registration form (available at: https://forms.office.com/r/FXJ9BT1LV2) to get regular updates on the future discussion groups.
CEASP collaborates with Laszlo Institute of New Paradigm Research
CEASP held a collaborative conversation with Dr. Anneloes Smitsman, LLM PhD, Founder and CEO at EARTHwise Centre on November 23. The objective of the discussion was to have a purposeful, outcome-driven understanding of the common ideas shared between Laszlo Institute and CEASP in the new paradigm of applied spirituality and consciousness approach towards the world of policymaking, new paradigm science and quantum physics, and exploring avenues for adopting the financial ecosystem SEEDS.