JOURNAL OF BEHAVIOURAL ECONOMICS AND SOCIAL SYSTEMS (BESS®)
The Journal of Behavioural Economics and Social Systems (BESS) aims to leverage insights from behavioural economics to help solve the most pressing challenges facing the world today. BESS explores the theory underpinning the practice of the ‘Second Track’ with a view to broaden recognition of the methodology and encourage its wider adoption.
The online version of BESS is published on Aalborg University’s OJS platform, https://journals.aau.dk/index.php/BESS/.
Full papers for the next issue of BESS must be submitted by 1 June 2023. Please send your papers via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. You will find details of the style guide at the end of each edition.
BESS Vol. 4, No.2, December 2022
Our fifth edition of BESS examines the issues of modern-day slavery in global supply chains, honours the contributions of late Prof Berndt Brehmer to the study of dynamic decision making under uncertainty, investigates the potential of humanities, arts and social sciences to address the unique challenges of the New Space Age, questions some of the outdated categories of economic capital, and recounts the origins of OECD’s leading body on SME policies.
BESS Vol. 4, No.1, May 2022
The new issue of BESS explores how First Nations peoples’ practices and way of thinking could inform new models of corporate governance, revisits the history of macroeconomic theory, and reflects on the anatomy of human judgement and what war games can contribute to decision making in uncertain and fast-moving environments.
BESS Vol. 3, No.1, June 2021
The third issue of BESS looks at the Second Track through the lens of neuroscience, outlines new methods in policy decision-making, crowd management and organisational learning, explores antifragility, and argues that science will help prevent climate change. Peter Fritz AO discusses creativity and compliance in his Foreword to this edition.
Vol. 2, No. 1, June 2020
The second issue of BESS explores Second Track processes through a complexity theory lens, considers the intricacies of stakeholder management in commercial and academic sectors, and reflects on adaptive leadership and business strategies at times of uncertainty. Peter Fritz AO introduces the second edition in his blogpost on Open Forum.