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A Study on the Emergence of Environmental Regulation in Complex System Paradigm
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A Study on the Emergence of Environmental Regulation in Complex System Paradigm
Lee, Han-Woong; Kim, Seong-Hun; Bae, Ha-Na; Seo, Yong-Mo;
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 Abstract
The primary purpose of this paper is to find out the environmental regulation in our global society with complex system concept. After the industrial revolution, there were working toward solving various problems while there has been an industry advancement. But, there are various issues that a simple international trade or economic technologic levels were not solved. The evolution of technologies through complex systemic thought are not accidental issues. These issues build and provide a predictable technology innovation that system was emergent a new order. With complex systemic thought, the earth that was facing environmental problems was in the phrase edge of chose. These conditions played the trigger role for the solving various problems in environmental regulations but they don't get along well together. There were no causal relationship between structural elements. This paper describes an emergence of new order through these interactions in environmental regulation. These environmental regulations make desperate efforts not only public sectors but also private or/and firms that make an emergence of new order with the critical point reached. Also, we provide the understanding base an environmental regulation with new order for uncertainty.
 Keywords
Complex system(paradigm);Emergence;Environmental regulation;
 Language
Korean
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