Joffa M. Applegate is an Assistant Research Professor at Arizona State University, and a member of the Complex Systems Research Group, Policy Informatics at The Decision Theatre and The Global Climate Forum. She holds a master’s degree in Physics and a doctorate in Applied Mathematics for Life and Social Sciences with a concentration in Complex Adaptive Systems Sciences from ASU. Her areas of expertise are complexity economics and complex systems modeling, including multi-agent, dynamical and network modeling.
Ph.D. Applied Mathematics for Life and Social Sciences with Concentration in Complex Adaptive Systems, Arizona State University 2018
M.S. Physics, Arizona State University 1992
B.S. Physics, English minor, North Carolina State University 1990
Wellman, N., Applegate, J. M., Harlow, J., & Johnston, E. W. “Beyond the Pyramid: Alternative Forms of Formal Hierarchical Differentiation and Team Performance.” Academy of Management Journal, July 2019.
Applegate, J (2018, July 13).“Emergent Firms Model” (Version 1.0.0). CoMSES Computational Model Library. Retrieved from: https://doi.org/10.25937/6t61-qm82.
Applegate, J, Wellman, Ned (2017, December 21). “Empathy and Power” (Version 1.1.0). CoMSES Computational Model Library. Retrieved from: https://www.comses.net/codebases/5863/releases/1.1.0/.
Applegate, J, Hoetker, Glenn (2017, December 21). “Strategy with Externalities” (Version 1.0.0). CoMSES Computational Model Library. Retrieved from: https://www.comses.net/codebases/5196/releases/1.0.0/.
“Low-energy pion scattering to 1- states in 12C”, Kormanyos, C. M. ; Peterson, R. J. ; Applegate, J. et al, Physical Review C (Nuclear Physics), Volume 48, July 1993, pp.250-255.
“Systematics of the double isobaric analog state cross section at 50 MeV”, Ward, H. ; Applegate, J. M. et al, Physical Review C (Nuclear Physics), Volume 47, February 1993, pp.687-692.
Experimental Economic Methods