After playing a key role in the fight against Ebola, agent-based models are poised to help decision-makers tackle other disease outbreaks, economic turbulence, and more.

Work by INET Oxford's Prof Doyne Farmer has been mentioned in an interesting article in PNAS, written by M. Mitchell Waldrop. The article discusses the work done by the Complexity Economics team in collaboration with the Bank of England.

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