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Artificial Markets Modeling

Edited by Andrea Consiglio ()

in Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems from Springer, currently edited by Gunter Fandel and Walter Trockel

Date: 2007
ISBN: 978-3-540-73135-1
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Chapters in this book:

Ch 1 Beyond the Static Money Multiplier: In Search of a Dynamic Theory of Money
Michele Berardi
Ch 2 Macroeconomic Effects of the Interest Rate Level: Growth and Fluctuations in an Economy with Bank Capital Adequacy Standards
Gianfranco Giulioni
Ch 3 Monetary Policy Experiments in an Artificial Multi-Market Economy with Reservation Wages
Marco Raberto, Andrea Teglio and Silvano Cincotti
Ch 4 Testing Double Auction as a Component Within a Generic Market Model Architecture
Julien Derveeuw, Bruno Beaufils, Philippe Mathieu and Olivier Brandouy
Ch 5 A Conceptual Framework for the Evaluation of Agent-Based Trading and Technical Analysis
Olivier Brandouy and Philippe Mathieu
Ch 6 Which Market Protocols Facilitate Fair Trading?
Marco LiCalzi and Paolo Pellizzari
Ch 7 An Artificial Economics View of the Walrasian and Marshallian Stability
Marta Posada, Cesáreo Hernández and Adolfo López-Paredes
Ch 8 The Performance of Option—Trading Software Agents: Initial Results
Omar Baqueiro, Wiebe Hoek and Peter McBurney
Ch 9 Studies on the Impact of the Option Market on the Underlying Stock Market
Sabrina Ecca, Mario Locci and Michele Marchesi
Ch 10 On Rational Noise Trading and Market Impact
Florian Hauser
Ch 11 A Note on Symmetry in Job Contact Networks
Andrea Lavezzi and Nicola Meccheri
Ch 12 Innovation and Knowledge Spillovers in a Networked Industry
Jose I. Santos, Ricardo Olmo and Javier Pajares
Ch 13 Heterogeneous Agents with Local Social Influence Networks: Path Dependence and Plurality of Equilibria in the ACE Noiseless Case
Denis Phan
Ch 14 Economy-Driven Shaping of Social Networks and Emerging Class Behaviors
Philippe Caillou, Frederic Dubut and Michele Sebag
Ch 15 Group Effect, Productivity and Segregation Optimality
Raúl Conejeros and Miguel Vargas
Ch 16 The Grass is Always Greener on the Other Side of the Fence: The Effect of Misperceived Signalling in a Network Formation Process
Simone Giansante, Alan Kirman, Sheri Markose and Paolo Pin
Ch 17 Market Selection of Competent Venture Capitalists
David Mas
Ch 18 A Binary Particle Swarm Optimization Algorithm for a Double Auction Market
Calogero Vetro and Domenico Tegolo
Ch 19 Better-Reply Strategies with Bounded Recall
Andriy Zapechelnyuk

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DOI: 10.1007/978-3-540-73135-1

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