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Title Artificial economics and self organization : agent-based approaches to economics and social systems / Stephan Leitner, Friederike Wall, editors.
Imprint Cham ; New York : Springer, 2014.

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Series Lecture notes in economics and mathematical systems, 0075-8442 ; 669
Lecture notes in economics and mathematical systems ; 669.
Subject Artificial intelligence -- Economic aspects -- Congresses.
Economics -- Data processing -- Congresses.
Self-organizing systems -- Congresses.
Alt Name Leitner, Stephan.
Wall, Friederike.
Artificial Economics (Conference) (9th : 2013)
Description 1 online resource (xv, 256 pages) : illustrations.
Note Selected papers from the 9th edition of the Artifical Economics Conferences held in Klagenfurt am Worthersee, Austria.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Summary This volume presents recent advances in the dynamic field of Artificial Economics and its various applications. Artificial Economics provides a structured approach to model and investigate economic and social systems. In particular, this approach is based on the use of agent-based simulations and further computational techniques. The main aim is to analyze the outcomes at the overall systems' level as results from the agents' behavior at the micro-level. These emergent characteristics of complex economic and social systems can neither be foreseen nor are they intended. The emergence rather makes these systems function. Artificial Economics especially facilitates the investigation of this emergent system's behavior.
Contents Part I: Methodological Issues -- The Missing Link: AB Models and Dynamic Microsimulation / Matteo Richiardi -- Simulation Experiments and Significance Tests / Klaus G. Troitzsch -- Part II: Macroeconomics -- A Stylized Software Model to Explore the Free Market Equality/Efficiency Tradeoff / Hugues Bersini and Nicolas van Zeebroeck -- Tax Enforcement in an Agent-Based Model with Endogenous Audits / Susanna Calimani and Paolo Pellizzari -- Subprime Lending and Financial Inequality in an Agent-Based Model / Andrea Teglio, Silvano Cincotti, Einar Jon Erlingsson, Marco Raberto, Hlynur Stefansson and Jon Thor Sturluson -- Part III: Market Dynamics -- Adaptive Trading for Anti-correlated Pairs of Stocks / Chih-Hao Lin, Sai-Ping Li and K.Y. Szeto -- Self-Organization of Decentralized Markets with Network Externality / Xintong Li, Chao Wang and Yougui Wang -- Who Wins: Yoda or Sith? A Proof that Financial Markets Are Seldom Efficient / Lucian Daniel Stanciu-Viziteu -- Emergence of Fair Offers in Ultimatum Game / Wanting Xiong, Han Fu and Yougui Wang -- Part IV: Financial Markets -- An Agent-Based Investigation of the Probability of Informed Trading / Olivier Brandouy and Philippe Mathieu -- Financial Forecasts Based on Analysis of Textual News Sources: Some Empirical Evidence / A. Barazzetti, F. Cecconi and R. Mastronardi -- Trust in a Network of Investors and Startup Entrepreneurs / Michael Roos and Anna Klabunde -- Banks and Their Contagion Potential: How Stable Is Banking System? / Mitja Steinbacher, Matjaz Steinbacher and Matej Steinbacher -- Part V: Organizations -- Phrasing and Timing Information Dissemination in Organizations: Results of an Agent-Based Simulation / Doris A. Behrens, Silvia Berlinger and Friederike Wall -- On the Robustness of Coordination Mechanisms for Investment Decisions Involving 'Incompetent' Agents / Stephan Leitner and Doris A. Behrens -- Pack Light on the Move: Exploitation and Exploration in a Dynamic Environment / Marco LiCalzi and Davide Marchiori -- Part VI: Networks -- An Agent-Based Model of Access Uptake on a High-Speed Broadband Platform / Fernando Beltran and Farhaan Mirza -- Influence of Losing Multi-dimensional Information in an Agent-Based Model / Sjoukje A. Osinga, Mark R. Kramer, Gert Jan Hofstede and Adrie J.M. Beulens -- Least Susceptible Networks to Systemic Risk / Ryota Zamami, Hiroshi Sato and Akira Namatame.
ISBN 9783319009124 (electronic bk.)
3319009125 (electronic bk.)
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-319-00912-4
OCLC # 859158750

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