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Case background

See the Addis Ababa Action Agenda chapters #a4e - II.E. Debt and debt sustainability and #a4f - II.F. Addressing systemic issues, as well as the Google+ community Stewardship of Finance, especially the posts in the category ''Links to useful resources''.

This case is of an advanced level. Methodologically, it assumes extensive familiarity with Volère1 and EMPRESS2. Grasping of the fine points in the case may require extensive consultation of either the case DebateGraph, the Actor Atlas, or other material listed in the Google+ community.

The case has been selected because of the importance of the financial system for prosperity in society, and because there seem to be several systemic issues with the financial sector's institutions.

Approach

The approach for this case illustrates3 how to manage requirements for new services that must integrate with existing (socio-technical) systems, where there is need also for initiative sociology, learning what stakeholders need, managing requirements for new services that must integrate with existing systems, managing requirements for dependencies and requirements negotiations. To support the requirements negotiations, we will need also participative simulations.


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