Kybernetes Research Awards for papers presented at the 13th WOSC Congress and the 6th ISA RC51 Conference, July 2005

Kybernetes

ISSN: 0368-492X

Article publication date: 1 August 2006

Citation

(2006), "Kybernetes Research Awards for papers presented at the 13th WOSC Congress and the 6th ISA RC51 Conference, July 2005", Kybernetes, Vol. 35 No. 7/8. https://doi.org/10.1108/k.2006.06735gaa.003

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Emerald Group Publishing Limited

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Kybernetes Research Awards for papers presented at the 13th WOSC Congress and the 6th ISA RC51 Conference, July 2005

Outstanding paper winner of the Research Award

“Luhmann's view of meaning production through moralized communications: does it allow for moral invention?”, Diane Laflamme-Outremont[1], Qubéc, Canada.

Highly commended awards (in alphabetical order)

  • “Steering and control of innovations in complex societies”, Bernd R. Hornung, Data Protection Office, Marburg University, Marburg, Germany.

  • “Systems approach to complex systems modelling with special regards to tourism”, T. Jere Lazanski[1], TURISTICA-College of Tourism Studies, Obala 29, SI-6320 Portorose and M. Kljajic´[1], University of Maribor, Faculty of Organisational Sciences, KidricÏeva, Kranj, Solvenia.

  • “Do we know what we do not know? Main weaknesses of discourse on management of `complex learning organisation'”, Czeslaw Mesjasz, Cracow University of Economics, Kraków, Poland.

  • “Information topology – a useful structure to understand the globalisation process”, Eufrosina Otlacan[1] and Romulus-Petru Otlacan[1], Romanian University of Sciences and Arts “Gheorghe Cristea”, Bucharest and Military Academy, Bucharest, Romania.

  • “Intellectics and inventics”, Laura Pana[1], Department of Social Sciences, University Politehnica, Bucharest, Romania.

  • “Information and communication technologies for viable organizations”, José Perez Riost[1], E.T.S.I. Informatica Universidad de Valladolid, Spain.

  • “Study on venture problem of potential optimal pure strategy solution based on grey interval number matrix game”, Zhi-geng Fang[1] and Si-feng Liu[1], School of Economics and Management, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, P.R. China.

The Kybernetes Research Awards are sponsored by the Literati Club – Emerald Publishing Ltd, and the Norbert Wiener Institute of Systems and Cybernetics of WOSC.

The Kybernetes Research Award – £350.00 (approx. €490.00) Award winner's plaque/Award Winner's Certificate. Publication of the full award winning paper in Kybernetes – The International Journal of Systems & Cybernetics (subject to copyright). Full one-year subscription to Kybernetes and Online service.

The Kybernetes Research Awards for Highly Commended Papers.

Award winner's certificate/publication of full award winning paper in Kybernetes (subject to copyright).

Note

1.Award-winning authors published in this Special Double issue of selected papers from the Maribor Conferences.