Spring 2007 Presentations

 

- Weds. April 18th:  Loran Chollete, Norwegian School of Econ. & Business, at Fordham University, at 4:00pm (joint with Fordham Economics Dept). Title:   Economic Implications of Extreme and Rare Events April 18, Wednesday , 4:00-5:15pm.  Economics Conference Room, Dealy Hall E-530, Fordham University, Bronx, NY

 

- Wed. April 25th: Troy Tassier, Fordham University, Joint with CUNY Queens. (Address and talk title to be posted soon.)

- Tues, March 13th: Chris Georges, Hamilton College, joint with the New School Economics Department. "Staggered Updating in an Artificial Financial Market." Time and Location:  4:15-5:45pm in Room 529 at 80 Fifth Avenue (at 13th st.)

 

- February 24, 2007: sessions on agent-based economics Eastern Economics Association Meetings in NYC:

9:00am: Labor Markets and Industrial Organization

Troy Tassier, “Referral Hiring and Gender Segregation in the Workplace

Stephen Kinsella, “Tuning for Endogenous Inequality: An Agent-Based Approach to Transformational Growth”

Myong-Hun Chang, “Non-Equilibrium Industry Dynamics with Knowledge-Based Competition: An Agent-Based Computational Model

11:00am: Macroeconomics

Mauro Gallegati, “Business Fluctuations in an Evolving Economy

Olena Kostyshyna, “Learning Benevolent Leadership in a Heterogeneous Agents Economy”

Gilberto Tadeu Lima , “Debt Financing and Emergent Dynamics of a Financial Fitness Landscape

2:00pm: Social Networks

Alan Isaac, “Social Consequences of Commitment

Simone Giansante, “Social Networks and Medium of Exchange

Jason Barr, “Segregation and Social Interaction

4:00pm: Finance

Germán Creamer, Automated Trading with Boosting and Expert Weighting

Vahidin Jeleskovic, “An Objective Function for Simulation Based Inference on Exchange Rate Data

Leanne Ussher, “Allocative Efficiency of a Speculative Futures Market with Zero-Patience

 


Fall 2006 Presentations

Time: 10:00am 

Location: New School Graduate Faculty Building, 65 Fifth Ave, the SE Corner of 14th St. and 5th Ave.

Room: See Table

 

Day

Date

Room

Presenter

Title of Talk

Tuesday

Sept. 26

Wolff Conf. Room, 2nd Fl.

Leanne Ussher, CUNY Queens

Allocative Efficiency of a Speculative Futures Market with Zero-Patience

Thursday

Oct. 12

312, 3rd Fl.

Erick Rengifo, Fordham

Investors Facing Risk: How They Split Their Money Between  Risky and Risk-Free Assets

Tuesday

Oct. 31

Wolff Conf. Room, 2nd Fl.

Jason Barr, Rutgers

Segregation and Neighborhood Interaction.”

Thursday

Nov. 9
Wolff Conf. Room, 2nd Fl.

Gaoquan Liu, CUNY Queens

"Organizational Design with Endogenous Information"

Thursday

Nov. 16

312, 3rd Fl.

Bob Diallo, New School

Public Policy for Economic Growth: Theory and Empirics

Tuesday

Nov. 28

Wolff Conf Room, 2nd Fl.

Dunia Lopez-Pintado, Columbia

"Optimal Diffusion Strategies: Mass Media versus Word of Mouth"

Tuesday

Dec. 5

G802, 8th floor of 80 Fifth Ave.

David Goldbaum, Rutgers

"Dissemination in an Endogenous Random Network"

Postponed until the spring

Loran Chollete, Norwegian School of Econ. & Business

Financial Distress and Idiosyncratic Volatility: An Empirical Investigation

 


Spring 2006 Presentations
Time: 10:00am
Room Location: New School, CEPA, 80 Fifth Avenue, See Table for Room.

Day

Date

Room

Presenter

Title of Talk

Thurs.

Feb. 16

CEPA 8th Fl.

Leanne Ussher, CUNY Queens

"Trading Amazonian Sinks"

Thurs.

Feb. 23

CEPA 8th Fl.

Paul McNelis, Graduate School of Business Admin., Fordham U.

“Inflation Targeting, Learning and Q Volatility in Small Open Economies”

Thurs.

Mar. 9

CEPA 8th Fl.

Matthew Salganik, Dept. of Sociology, Columbia U.

"Experimental Study of Inequality and Unpredictability in an Artificial Cultural Market" and introductory article on sociology and using the web as a research tool.

Thurs.

Mar. 16

CEPA 8th Fl.

Mishael Milakovic,University of Kiel

"Agent Interaction on a Stylized Financial Market: Does Network Structure Matter?"

Mon

Mar. 27

CEPA 5th Fl.

Troy Tassier, Fordham University

"Equilibrium Selection and Stability for the Groves Ledyard Mechanism"

Mon.

April 10

CEPA 5th Fl.

Dunia Lopez-Pintado, Columbia University

"Incentives and Hierarchy: an Experimental Approach"

Thurs.

April 27

CEPA 8th Fl.

David Goldbaum, Rutgers University, Newark

“Follow the Leader”

Thurs.

May 4

CEPA 8th Fl.

Jason Barr, Rutgers University, Newark

“Firm Organization in Complex and Uncertain Environments”

Thurs.

May 11

CEPA 8th Fl.

Peter Woehrmann, University of Zurich

Survival of Noise Traders and the Implications for Asset Prices


Fall 2005 Presentations

Presenter

Date

Title of Talk

Dunia Lopez-Pintado, Columbia U.

Sept. 16

"Contagion and Coordination in Random Networks"

Troy Tassier, Fordham U.

Sept. 30

“Social Network Structure, Equality, and Segregation in a Labor Market with Referral Hiring”

Leanne Ussher, CUNY Queens

Oct. 7

"Margin and Transaction Taxes in an Intraday Continuous Double Auction Futures Market"

David Goldbaum, Rutgers U., Newark

Oct. 21

"The Possibility of Informationally Efficient Markets and Other Anomalies"

Jason Barr, Rutgers U., Newark

Nov. 4

"Firm Structure, Search and Environmental Complexity"

Markus Schneider, New School University

Nov. 11

"Homeownership, Spillover Effects and Neighborhood Formation: An Agent-Based Approach."

Lorán Chollete, Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration

Dec. 2

"Frequent Turbulence? A Dynamic Copula Approach"


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