Items by programme: Complexity Economics

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Role of Design Complexity in Technology Improvement
How Efficiency Shapes Market Impact.
Beinhocker on Complexity and Development - Opening Keynote Kumvana 2011
Are Discrete Models More Accurate?
Cooperation under Indirect Reciprocity and Imitative Trust
Spontaneous emergence of social influence in online systems
Segmentation Algorithm for Non-Stationary Compound Poisson Processes.
Multiclass Relevance Vector Machines: Sparsity and Accuracy
A US Nuclear Future
Modeling loss aversion and biased self-attribution using a fuzzy aggregation operator
Structural dynamics and robustness of food webs
Aspettative di vita, lavori usuranti e equità del sistema previdenziale. Prime evidenze dal Work Histories Italian Panel
Modeling investor sentiment and overconfidence in an agent-based stock market
An Empirical Study of the Tails of Mutual Fund Size.
Advances in Cognitive Systems
Delocalizzazione produttiva e mix occupazionale
Doyne Farmer on Networks and Systemic Risk - INET Annual Conference 2010
Obama Focusing on Wrong Energy
Historical Costs of Coal-Fired Electricity and Implications for the Future
Universal Behavior of Extreme Price Movements in Stock Markets
Model for Non-Gaussian Intraday Stock Returns
Market Impact and Trading Profile of Hidden Orders in Stock Markets
Leverage Causes Fat Tails and Clustered Volatility
Hyperbolic Discounting is Rational: Valuing the Far Future with Uncertain Discount Rates
The Economy Needs Agent-Based Modelling
Flex-insecurity: perché in Italia la flessibilità diventa precarietà
Should (and Could) We Ban Prescriptions?
Flex-insecurity. Perché in Italia la flessibilità diventa precarietà
L’indennità di terminazione: una proposta pratica contro la precarietà
Agent-based Modelling in Economics and Complexity
Overconfident investors in the LLS agent-based artificial financial market
The Reality Game
A simple model of bipartite cooperation for ecological and organizational networks
Studies of the Limit Order Book around Large Price Changes
Asymmetric Disassembly and Robustness in Declining Networks