Ibero-American Journal of Exercise and Sports Psychology

Exploring the Modeling of Socio-Technical Systems in the Fields of Sport, Engineering and Economics


Nagham Hameed Abdulkhudhur Alyaseri, Mazen Dawood Salman, Rabab Wahhab Maseer, Emad Kamil Hussein, Kussay Ahmed Subhi, Salima Abdullah Alwan, Jasim Gshayyish zwaid, Ashham Mohammed Aned, Karrar Kareem Jawad, Hakeem Hammood Flayyih, Hussein Kadhim Sharaf*, Nasseer Kassim Bachache and Rajaa Ali Abed

Socio-Technical Systems (STS) represent a complex interplay between engineering and economics, encompassing the interaction of technological components with social, organizational, and economic factors. This research aims to investigate the dynamics and implications of STS in the context of engineering and economics. By employing an interdisciplinary approach, it seeks to understand the reciprocal influences between engineering and economics within STS and explore the challenges and opportunities arising from this nexus. The research will draw on quantitative and qualitative methods, including data analysis, case studies, and stakeholder interviews, to provide a comprehensive understanding of the role of STS in driving socio-economic outcomes. The findings will inform decision-making processes, policy development, and future research directions in the fields of engineering and economics.


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