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Eve Mitleton-Kelly

EMK

Eve Mitleton-Kelly

Professor Eve Mitleton-Kelly is Senior Fellow in IDEAS, the Centre for the Study of International Diplomacy, External Affairs, & Strategy, LSE; founder and Director of the Complexity Research Programme, LSE; CEM Fellow, Engineering Department, University of Cambridge, visiting Professor at the Open University; member of the World Economic Forum Global Agenda Council on Complex Systems (2012-2014); SAB member of the ‘Next Generation Infrastructures Foundation’, TU Delft; on Editorial Board  of ‘Emergence: Complexity & Organisations’; Policy Advisor to European and USA organisations, the European Commission, the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA), the UN OCHA and UNEP, several UK Government Departments; an Indonesian Government Agency on deforestation; Scientific Advisor to the Governments of Australia, Brazil, Canada, Netherlands, Singapore and UK.

Eve’s research has concentrated on addressing apparently intractable problems at organisational, national and global levels and the creation of enabling environments based on complexity science. She has led, and participated in 49 research projects funded by the EPSRC, ESRC, AHRC, the European Commission, business and government departments, to address complex problems. She has developed a methodology to address complex problems; has edited, co-edited and co-authored 5 books and has written extensively on the application of complexity theory to address complex problems. EMK has been commissioned by Edward Elgar to edit a Handbook on Research Methods in Complexity Science to be published in January 2018.