NYC Computational Economics & Complexity Workshop
The NYC Computational Economics & Complexity Workshop is a workshop for
faculty and graduate students in the
May 9-11, 2013
We will be hosting 9 sessions on
agent-based economics this year at the EEAs.
For more information please see the program.
Friday, February 27
2:00pm, Session 3: Agent-Based Economics: Labor & Production
4:00pm, Session 4: Agent-Based Economics: Social Networks I
Saturday, February 28
9:00am, Session 5: Agent-Based Economics: Social Networks II
11:00 am, Session 6: Agent-Based Economics: Macroeconomics & Policy
2:00 pm, Session 7: Agent-Based Economics: Credit Networks and Financial Instability
4:00pm, Session 8: Agent-Based Economics: Markets and Market Design
Check out our symposium on agent-based economics in the Eastern Economic Journal, 34(4), 2008.
Workshop Meeting: Friday, December 19,
10:30am, New School for Social Reseach, Room D1002
(10th floor) of 6 East 16th St. Abigail Brown,
University of Technology, Sidney, "The social welfare cost
of fraud: evidence from an agent-based model"
Workshop Meeting: Friday, November 14, 10:30am, New School for Social Reseach, Room 1132 on the 11th floor of 6 East 16th st in Manhattan. We will be having three short presentations:
- Loran Chollete, Norwegian School of Economics and Business, "Economic and Econometric Implications of Extreme Events"
- Sebastiano Manzan, CUNY Baruch, "Heterogeneous expectations in simple agent-based models: some empirical evidence"
- Leanne Ussher, CUNY Queens, "Mark-to-Market and Leveraged Trading in a Speculative Market: A Simulation with Zero Intelligent Agents"
Session 1: Spatial and Heterogeneous Interaction Models, Friday 2pm
Session 2: Social Networks, Sat. 9am
Session 3: Finance, Sat. 11am
Session 4: Macroeconomics, Sat. 2pm
Session 5: Panel: “The Future of Agent-based Economics,” Sat. 4pm
Fall 2007 Presentations
Wed. December 12
Speaker: Loran Chollete, Norwegian School of Economics and Business Adminstration
Location: New School University, Room D1132, 11th floor, 79 5th Avenue (entrance on 16th Street).
4:00pm – 5:30pm
Monday, November 19 (joint with Fordham University Economics Dept.)
For more information contact: Troy Tassier
Speaker: Bill Gibson, John Converse Professor of Economics, University of Vermont
Title: A Multi-Agent Systems Approach to Microeconomics Foundations of Macro
Location: Economics Conference Room, Dealy Hall E-530, Fordham University, Bronx New York
Speaker: Roger McCain, Drexel University
Location: New School University, Room 529 at 80 Fifth Avenue (corner of 14th Street)