Can we learn how systems work?
How transferable is the understanding of system dynamics across different complex problems? That is, if we gain experience in managing a complex system, can we expect to be well prepared to transfer this expertise to the management of a different system?
How much is our decision making affected by the context in which the decision occurs?
Answering these questions has important and direct implications for the use of computer modelling in simulating and managing complex ecosystem and social problems and it may eventually lead to the development of training methods suited to these complex tasks.
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