Publications

Publications

Author: Eleni
Publish date: Wednesday, January 7, 2015 - 16:50

In this deliverable, we summarize the results of functional testing the game software architecture. We executed the tests prescribed in D5.5 Test Plan, and documented the results. The test reports are included in this document, and the automated tests scripts are attached. The tests were performed in a normal PC environment, using free software testing […]

Link: http://www.crisis-economics.eu/publication/deliverable-d5-6-test-report/
Author: Eleni
Publish date: Wednesday, January 7, 2015 - 16:46

This deliverable is the production version of the Economic Simulator, an application with a graphical user interface that facilitates running the integrated macro and financial models developed in the project. This application implements the ‘Scenario analysis mode’, as well as the ‘Expert mode’ as specified in D6.1. In the scenario analysis mode, the application allows […]

Link: http://www.crisis-economics.eu/publication/deliverable-d6-3-production-version/
Author: Eleni
Publish date: Wednesday, January 7, 2015 - 16:40

We study a dynamical model of interconnected firms which allows for certain market imperfections and frictions, restricted here to be myopic price forecasts and slow adjustment of production. Whereas the standard rational equilibrium is still formally a stationary solution of the dynamics, we show that this equilibrium becomes linearly unstable in a whole region of […]

Link: http://www.crisis-economics.eu/publication/deliverable-d7-2-instabilities-in-large-economies-aggregate-volatility-without-idiosyncratic-shocks/
Author: Eleni
Publish date: Wednesday, January 7, 2015 - 16:30

The following is a report on the fifth internal Workshop of the Crisis project, hosted by Oxford University in Oxford, on March 17th and 18th, 2014. The Workshop was attended by representatives of all the project partners. Its aim was to review the latest developments and coordinate the activities during the final stages of the […]

Link: http://www.crisis-economics.eu/publication/deliverable-d9-6-workshop-6/
Author: Eleni
Publish date: Wednesday, January 7, 2015 - 15:19

Abstract We have developed a game in which the players direct the investments of a bank. The winner of the game is the bank with the most profits, but of course if the bank fails it loses. Players thus need to be as aggressive as they can without causing their bank to fail. Of course […]

Link: http://www.crisis-economics.eu/publication/deliverable-d8-1-an-economic-on-line-game-with-a-community-of-users-producing-data-on-their-choices/

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Author: Lotzmann, U., Möhring, M., & Troitzsch, K. G.
Publish date: Sunday, March 29, 2015 - 16:15

Lotzmann, U., Möhring, M., & Troitzsch, K. G. (2012). Simulating the emergence of norms in different scenarios. ...

Author: Andrighetto, G.
Publish date: Sunday, March 29, 2015 - 16:11

Andrighetto, G., & Conte, R. (2012). Cognitive dynamics of norm compliance. From norm adoption to flexible automated conformity. ...

Author: Carlo Jaeger, Patrik Jansson, Sander van der Leeuw, Michael Resch, J. David Tàbara, Ralph DUM
Publish date: Monday, March 24, 2014 - 11:59

GSS provides evidence about global systems. This is essential to track, understand and shape how shocks propagate through the global economic system, or how the shift from “the West” towards South-East Asia and other areas may influence global institutional structures like the international monetary system. Producing evidence is equally important in view of other global systems, from the dynamics of social networks to the worldwide interdependence of cities.

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File: GSS synthesis paper.pdf
Author: Carlo C. Jaeger, Patrik Jansson, sander van der leeuw, Michael Resch, J. David Tàbara, Ralph Dum
Publish date: Monday, March 24, 2014 - 11:03

Global Systems Science develops know-how about global systems. Examples include the internet and the worldwide system of cities.. Global systems combine algorithmic machines with concepts taken from game theory and a sensitivity to narratives. Global Systems Science aims at developing systems, theories, languages and tools for computer-aided policy making. Natural targets include problems with potential global implications relating to humanity’s major current challenges. It also seeks to...

File: GSS orientation paper v3 (05-06-2013).pdf