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JEFFREY GOLDSTEIN

PROFESSOR

MANAGEMENT, MARKETING, AND DECISION SCIENCES

HAGEDORN HALL OF ENTERPRISE
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Recent Courses

Leadership & Innovation In Complex Systems
Management Theory/ Organizational Behavior
Organizational Behavior

Teaching Specializations/Interests

* Complexity Theory
* Emergence in Complex Systems
* Leadership and Innovation in Complex Systems
* Organizational Behavior

Research Interests

Please click on personal CV homepage below to see my full Curriculum Vitae plus selected articles, art work, photos, links, and more. Click on blue links in CV to open various articles.

http://adelphi.edu/~gjeff/jeffreygoldsteincv.pdf

Books

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Jeffrey Goldstein (2011). Flirting With Paradox in Complex Systems: Emergence, Creativity, and Self-transcending Constructions. Phoenix, AZ: Emergent Publications.

Jeffrey Goldstein, et al (2010). Emergence: Complexity & Organization—Annual Volumes 2004-2010. Mansfield, MA: ISCE Publishing.

Jeffrey Goldstein, James Hazy, Benyamin Lichtenstein.) (2010). Complexity and the Nexus of Leadership: Leveraging Nonlinear Science to Create Ecologies of Innovation. NY, NY: Macmillan.

Jeffrey Goldstein, James Hazy, Joyce Silberstang (2009). Complexity Science and Social Entrepreneurship: Social Value, and Complexity Science. Litchfield Park, AZ: ISCE Publishing.

James Hazy, Jeffrey Goldstein, Benyamin Lichtenstein (2007). , Complex Systems Leadership Theory. Mansfield, MA: ISCE Publishing.

Jeffrey Goldstein (1994). The Unshackled Organization: Facing the Challenge of Unpredictability Through Spontaneous Reorganization. Portland, OR: Productivity Press.


Book Chapters

Jeffrey Goldstein (2011). Emergence. In : P. Allen, S. Maguire, B. McKelvey (Eds.). Sage Handbook on Complexity and Management. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Jeffrey Goldstein, Rodrigo Zeidan (2009). On Not Neglecting Networks in Urban Poverty Reduction Programs: A Critical Assessment of Community Development in Brazil and the United States Plus Recommendations for the Future. In J. Goldstein, J. Hazy, J. Silberstang (Eds.). Complexity Science and Social Entrepreneurship: Adding Social Value through Systems Thinking. (pp. 285-344). Mansfield, MA: ISCE Publishing.

(2007). Emergence and Psychological Morphogenesis. In C. Piers, J. Muller, J. Brent (Eds.). Self-Organizing Complexity in Psychological Systems. NY, NY: Jason Aronson.


Refereed Articles

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Jeffrey Goldstein (2010), Delving Downwards: C. H. Waddington’s Strategy of Explanation for Complexity Science. Emergence:Complexity and Organization, 12.

Jeffrey Goldstein (2010), "Meso-Scale Social Dynamics and Advances In Complexity Science. Emergence:Complexity and Organization, 12.

Jeffrey Goldstein, James Hazy, Benyamin Lichtenstein.) (2009), Chaos and Complexity, Branches and Trees, and the Advantages of Vague Concepts. Emergence:Complexity and Organization, 11.

Jeffrey Goldstein (2009), The Hard Problem of Emergence is its Property of Self-transcendence: An Introduction to Henle's 'Status of Emergence'. Emergence:Complexity and Organization, 11.

Jeffrey Goldstein, James Hazy, Joyce Silberstang (2009), A Complexity Science Model for Innovation in Social Entrepreneurial Programs. The Journal of Social Entrepreneurship, 1.

Jeffrey Goldstein (2008), Complexity Science and Innovation: Theory Meets Praxis. The Innovation Journal, Winter.


Invited Presentation/Lecture

Jeffrey Goldstein (2011, December). Complexity Science and Innovation. Univ of Nottingham, Ningbo, China.

Jeffrey Goldstein (2009, September). Reflections on Innovation: The Emergence of Innovation between Order and Disorder. Rome, Italy.

Jeffrey Goldstein, James Hazy, Joyce Silberstang (2009, September). Social Entrepreneurship and Complexity Science: A New Theory of Social Innovation. university of Oxford, Oxford, England.

Jeffrey Goldstein (2008, October). A New Understanding of Emergence in Complex Systems and Impications for Leadership. University of Augsburg, Germany.

Jeffrey Goldstein (2008, June). Using What We Have Discovered about Emergence in Complex Systems to Improve the Leadership of our Institutions. Instituto Vasco de Innovacion Sinitaria, San Sebastian, Spain.


Honors and Accomplishments

Best Conceptual Paper for the Annual Meeting of the Entrepreneurship Division, Academy of Management, 2010: “A complexity model of innovation and entrepreneurship: context, mechanisms, and emergence”

2010 Bender Research Fellowship Awards (Three Year Cash Award): Body of Work Award for 2007, 2008, 2009

Evaluator of Grants (Social System Dynamics and Complex Systems). National Science Foundation, Arlington, irginia, June..2004

Professional Activities

Editor-in-chief of Emergence: Complexity, and Organization. 2004 to present.

Science Advisory Board, Plexus Institute, Allentown, NJ; Summer 2005 to Present.