Institute for the Study of Economic Growth to host Stuart Kauffman

Stuart Kauffman will present a virtual talk hosted by the Barton School of Business’s Institute for the Study of Economic Growth at noon Friday, March 31.

Kauffman is a renowned theoretical biologist. Originally a medical doctor, he has spearheaded several disruptive new theories including Nobel-worthy contributions in fitness landscapes, gene regulatory networks, the theory of affordances and the theory of the adjacent possible. Also a MacArthur Fellow and a Trotter Prize winner, Kauffman has published game changing books like “Origins of Order: Self-organization and Selection in Evolution” and “At Home in the Universe: The Search for the Laws of Self-Organization and Complexity.”