Mathematical Model for the Dynamic Behavior of the Demographic Transition by Roger D. Jones

Abstract A mathematical model (Core Model) is presented that describes the gross dynamic behavior of the demographic transition—falling death rates lead to population increase, temporarily rising birth rates, temporarily increased population growth, decreased fertility, aging of the population, and finally a steady population size higher than the initial population. Core Model captures these features. The [...]

2016-07-18T04:28:50+00:00 Complex Systems|

Roger D. Jones – US Healthcare as a Complex System

Roger D. Jones December 10, 2013 Condensed from a presentation to the Center for Complex Systems and Enterprises at the Stevens Institute of Technology on November 12, 2013 Healthcare is so complicated Healthcare in the U.S. is complicated. There are dozens of components: hospitals, hospices, assisted living facilities, nursing homes, home care, pharmacies, pharmaceutical companies, [...]

2017-11-09T15:03:38+00:00 Complex Systems, Healthcare|