Author A. Paucar-Caceres
Alberto Paucar-Caceres holds a BSc (Honours) degree in Industrial Engineering (National University of Engineering, Lima, Peru); an MA in Systems in Management (Lancaster University); and a PhD (Manchester Metropolitan University). Before coming to England in 1987, Alberto worked as a Senior Operational Research Analyst for PETROPERU. He joined Manchester Metropolitan University in 1990, where he is currently a Principal Lecturer. Being Peruvian, his first language is Spanish. Alberto’s research interests are: management sciences methodologies, systems thinking, and the application of systems ideas to problematical situations. He has published extensively on management sciences/ operational research, systems, and in information systems journals. Alberto is also a poet, and has published six poetry books in Peru and has translated English poetry into Spanish.

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Maturana H. R., Paucar-Caceres A. & Harnden R. (2011) Origins and Implications of Autopoiesis. Preface to the Second Edition of De Máquinas y Seres Vivos. Constructivist Foundations 6(3): 293–306. Fulltext at
Paucar-Caceres A. & Harnden R. (2011) Commentary on the Separate Prologues by Humberto Maturana and Francisco Varela to the Second Edition of ‘De Máquinas y Seres Vivos – Autopoiesis: La organización de lo vivo’ – Twenty Years After. Systems Research and Behavioral Science 28(6): 577–580. Fulltext at
Paucar-Caceres A., Harnden R. & Reichel A. (2011) Autopoiesis, systems thinking and systemic practice: The contribution of Francisco Varela. Systems Research and Behavioral Science 28: 571–574. Fulltext at
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