Books on Socio-Technical Systems

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Socio-Technical Systems subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Socio-Technical Systems along with reviews.

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1. “Dynamic Governance of Energy Technology Change: Socio-technical transitions towards sustainability (Sustainability and Innovation)” by Silvia Ulli-Beer

“Dynamic Governance of Energy Technology Change: Socio-technical transitions towards sustainability (Sustainability and Innovation)” Book Review: This book has advancing research on systematic transition management models. It offers qualitative and quantitative analyses of socio-technical transitions in road transportation and housing, bringing together tailored theorizing on sustainability transitions and applied system dynamics modeling. It highlights the interconnected causal feedback that is required to overcome the lock-in situation in road transportation and housing fueled by fossil energies. It serves to model-based strategy making, policy design and analyses in support of sustainable futures.

2. “Energy from the Desert: Very Large Scale Photovoltaic Systems: Socio-economic, Financial, Technical and Environmental Aspects” by David Faiman and Keiichi Komoto

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“Energy from the Desert: Very Large Scale Photovoltaic Systems: Socio-economic, Financial, Technical and Environmental Aspects” Book Review: The book present case studies of both virtual and real projects based on selected regions (including the Mediterranean, Sahara, Chinese Gobi, Mongolian Gobi, Indian Thar, Australian Desert and the US) and their specific socio-economic dynamics, and argue that VLS-PV systems in desert areas will be readily achievable in the near future.

3. “Decision Making for Complex Socio-Technical Systems: Robustness from Lessons Learned in Long-Term Radioactive Waste Governance” by Thomas Flüeler
4. “Engineering Principles for Open Socio-Technical Systems” by Jenny Lundberg
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