ABM webinar series | Part 2

Dear all,

The Complexity, Keynesian Economics and Financial Stability Working Groups are delighted to announce the second part of the “Agent-Based Modelling and its recent Applications” webinar series. After having discussed basic concepts of this modelling strategy in the first part of the webinar series, this second part will discuss recent applications with leading international researchers.

The second part of this webinar series will be composed of three very interesting webinars:

Friday, October 19 – 5pm CEST
Marcelo Pereira (University of Campinas)
Topic: Macroeconomic hysteresis in an ABM model
Suggested reading: https://doi.org/10.1093/icc/dty010.

Monday, November 7 – 6pm CET
Esther Dweck (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro)
Topic: Micro-macro model

Friday, November 30 – 4pm CET
Stephen Kinsella (University of Limerick)
Topic: t.b.c.

If you are interested in participating in this webinar, please click “attend” on the webinar page: https://ysd.ineteconomics.org/project/5bb4207b0c4eb06895902ad1

Agent-based models are a class of computational models for simulating the actions and interactions of heterogeneous agents with the objective of analysing their effects on the entire system. They are increasingly being used to deal with a series of different economic issues, such as in ecological, innovation, financial and public policy topics. This webinar series will cover the basic methodological characteristics of these models and present some recent applications, especially on topics related to financial stability and Keynesian economics.

Looking forward to seeing you all there!

Complexity, Keynesian Economics and Financial Stability Working Groups