Project CRISIS


The Complexity Research Initiative for Systemic Instabilities (CRISIS) is a consortium of universities, private firms and policymakers that aims to build a new bottom-up agent-based model of the economy and financial system that is based on how people and institutions actually behave.  The model is aimed at central banks and other policymakers seeking to develop policies and regulations to increase the stability of the financial system whilst supporting economic growth.  See the Project CRISIS website for more details.  Prof. J. Doyne Farmer is the project's Scientific Coordinator.

Project Leader / Primary Investigator

Prof. J. Doyne Farmer, Eric Beinhocker

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