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Professor Yasmin Merali

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Yasmin Merali

Professor of Systems Thinking

Research Interests

Professor Merali's research is trans-disciplinary, transcending traditional boundaries between the natural and human sciences by drawing on complex systems science to study socio-economic systems at all scales and across diverse domains in the network economy and society.

Professor Merali's research collaborations include with academics across disciplines and practitioners from public, private and third sector organisations.

In recent years she has collaborated with colleagues across institutions to attract over �7,075,000 of research funding from diverse bodies including the EU and UK funding councils, the Department of Transport, BT, the Welsh Audit Office, the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (dstl) and the Health Foundation.

Biography Yasmin Merali is Professor of Systems Thinking and Director of the Centre for Systems Studies at Hull University Business School.

Prior to that she was Co-director of the Doctoral Training Centre for Complexity Science at the University of Warwick and served as Director of Warwick Business School's Information Systems Research Unit until 2006.

Professor Merali is an Expert Evaluator for the EU and was elected to the Executive Committee of the Council of the European Complex Systems Society in 2012 and the Board of the UNESCO Unitwin Complex Systems Digital Campus in 2013.

She publishes in a range of 4* and 3* journals, and her consultancy experience spans public, private and third sector organisations.
Teaching and Learning Complexity and Network Thinking (Executive MBA)