Agent-based models (ABMs) are highly versatile and allow, among others, for detailed agent-heterogeneity, localized interactions, path dependency and out-of-equilibrium dynamics. While ABMs are widely used in many different disciplines, they are still underutilized in economics.
Lectures will be given by:
- Prof. Tiziana ASSENZA, Toulouse School of Economics
- Prof. Herbert DAWID, Bielefeld University
- Prof. Domenico DELLI GATTI, Catholic University of Milan
- Prof. Andrea ROVENTINI, Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies (Pisa)
Our school aims at young researchers (PhD students, PostDocs etc.). Participants will have the opportunity to present their own work and discuss it with the senior lecturers.
Further information here.