References for Journalarticle 2009-19

Please note: the authoritative source for references in this article is the according PDF file.

Number of references: 62

Amaral, L.A., Buldyrev, S.V., Havlin, S., Leschhorn, H., Maass, P., Salinger, M.A., Stanley, H.E., and Stanley, M.H.R. (1997). Scaling Behavior in Economics: I. Empirical Results for Company Growth. Journal de Physique I France, 7:621-633.

Amaral, L., and Stanley, H. (2001). A Model for the Growth Dynamics of Economic Organizations. Physica A, 209:127-136.

Aoki, M. (1996). New Approaches to Macroeconomic Modeling: Evolutionary Stochastic Dynamics, Multiple Equilibria, and Externalities as Field Effects. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge:.

Aoki, M. (2002). Modeling Aggregate Behavior and Fluctuations in Economics. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Aoki, Masanao, and Yoshikawa, Hiroshi (2007). Non-Self-Averaging in Macroeconomic Models: A Criticism of Modern Micro-founded Macroeconomics. Economics: The Open-Access, Open-Assessment E-Journal, 1(2007-49). http://www.economics-ejournal.org/economics/discussionpapers/2007-49

Ausloos, M., Miskiewicz, J., and Sanglier, M. (2004). The Duration of Recession and Prosperity: Does Their Distribution Follow a Power or an Exponential law? Physica A, :548-558.

Axtell, R.L. (2001). Zipf Distribution of U.S. Firm Sizes. Science, 293:1818-1820.

Badger, W.W. (1980). An Entropy-utility Model for the Size Distribution of income. In: Mathematical Models as a Tool for Social science, ed. by B. J. West, Gordon and Breach, New York.

Bottazzi, G., and Secchi, A. (2006). Explaining the Distribution of Firm Growth Rates. RAND Journal of Economics, 37(2):235-256. http://ideas.repec.org/a/rje/randje/v37y20062p235-256.html

Bouchaud, J.-P., and Mezard, M. (2000). Wealth Condenstation in a Simple Model of Economy. Physica A, 282:536.

Bureau_of_Labor_Statistics (2008). News. USDL 08-1049. No source specified http://www.bls.gov/news.release/pdf/empsit.pdf

Canning, D., Amaral, L.A.N., Lee, Y., Meyer, M., and Stanley, H.E. (1998). Scaling the Volatility of GDP Growth Rates. Economics Letters, 60:335-341.

Cook, W., and Ormerod, P. (2003). Power Law Distribution of the Frequency of Demises of US Firms. Physica A, 324:207-212.

Cottrell, A., Cockshott, P., Michaelson, G.J., Wright, I.P., and Yakovenko, V.M. (2009). Classical Econophysics. In: Routledge Advances in Experimental and Computable Economics, Routledge, London.

Debreu, G. (1959). Theory of Value – An Axiomatic Analysis of Economic Equilibrium. Yale University Press., New Haven and London.

Dragulescu, A., and Yakovenko, V.M. (2000). Statistical Mechanics of Money. The European Physical Journal B, 17:723-729.

Dragulescu, A.A. (2003). Applications of Physics to Economics and Finance: Money, Income, Wealth, and the Stock market. PhD thesis, Department of Physics, University of Maryland, USA. http://arXiv.org/abs/cond-mat/0307341

Dragulescu, A., and Yakovenko, V.M. (2003). Statistical Mechanics of Money, Income and Eealth: A Short Survey. In: Modeling of Complex Systems: Seventh Granada Lectures: AIP Conference Proceedings, pp. 180-183, New York.

Farjoun, E., and Machover, M. (1989). Laws of Chaos, a Probabilistic Approach to Political Economy. No source specified www.probabilisticpoliticaleconomy.net

Farmer, J.D., Patelli, P., and Ilija, Z. (2005). The Predictive Power of Zero Intelligence in Financial Markets. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 102(6):2254-2259.

Fischer, D.H. (1999). The Great Wave: Price Revolutions and the Rhythm of History. Oxford University Press.

Foley, D.K. (1994). A Statistical Equilibrium Theory of Markets. Journal of Economic Theory, 62(2):321-345. http://ideas.repec.org/a/eee/jetheo/v62y1994i2p321-345.html

Foley, D.K., and Michl, T.R. (1999). Growth and Distribution. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Fu, D., Pammolli, F., Buldyrev, S.V., Riccaboni, M., Matia, K., and Yamasaki, K. (2005). The Growth Rate of Business Firms: Theoretical Framework and Empirical Evidence. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, 102(52):18801-18806.

Fujiwara, Y. (2004). Zipf Law in Firms Bankruptcy. Physica A, 337(1-2):219-230.

Gaffeo, E., Gallegati, M., and Palestrini, A. (2003). On the Size Distribution of Firms: Additional Evidence from the G7 Countries. Physica A, 324:117-123.

Gaffeo, E., Catalano, M., Clementi, F., Gatti, D.D., Gallegati, M., and Russo, A. (2007). Reflections on Modern Macroeconomics: Can We Travel along a Safer Road? Physica A, 382:89-97.

Gatti, D.D., Guilmi, C.D., Gaffeo, E., and Gallegati, M. (2004). Bankruptcy as an Exit Mechanism for Systems with a Variable Number of Components. Physica A, 344:8-13.

Gibrat, R. (1931). Les in´egalit´es ´economiques. Sirey, Paris.

Gode, D.K., and Sunder, S. (1993). Allocative Efficiency of Markets with Zero-Intelligence Traders: Market as a Partial Substitute for Individual Rationality. Journal of Political Economy, 101(1):119-37. http://ideas.repec.org/a/ucp/jpolec/v101y1993i1p119-37.html

Hart, P.E., and Prais, S.J. (1956). The Analysis of Business Concentration: A Statistical Approach. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, 119:150-191.

Kalecki, M. (1954). Theory of Economic Dynamics. Rinehart and Company Inc, New York.

Khinchin, A.I. (1949). Mathematical Foundations of Statistical Mechanics. Dover Publications.

Kirman, A. (1992). Whom or What Does the Representative Agent Represent? Journal of Economic Perspectives, 6:117-139.

Kydland, F.E., and Prescott, E.C. (1982). Time to Build and Aggregate Fluctuations. Econometrica, 50(6):1345-1370. http://ideas.repec.org/a/ecm/emetrp/v50y1982i6p1345-70.html

Levy, M., and Solomon, S. (1996). Of Wealth Power and Law: The Origin of Scaling in Economics. No source specified http://shum.cc.huji.ac.il/~sorin/ps/nature.ps

Levy, M., and Solomon, S. (1997). New Evidence for the Power-law Distribution of Wealth. Physica A, 242:90-94.

Lin, L. (2008). Some Extensions to the Social Architecture Model. In: Proceedings of Probabilistic Political Economy: Laws of Chaos in the 21st Century, ed. by J.Wells and E. Sheppard and I. Wright, Kingston University, UK.

Marx, K. (1954). Capital. Progress Publishers, Moscow. vol. 1..

Matteo, T.D., Aste, T., and Hyde, S.T. (2003). Exchanges in Complex Networks: Income and Wealth Distributions.

Mirowski, P. (1989). More Heat than Light: Economics as social physics, physics as nature’s economics. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Montroll, E.W., and Shlesinger, M.F. (1983). Maximum Entropy Formalism, Fractals, Scaling Phenomena, and 1/f Noise: A Tale of Tails. Journal of Statistical Physics, 32:209-230.

Nirei, M., and Souma, W. (2003). Income Distribution and Stochastic Multiplicative Process with Reset Events. No source specified http://www.santanfe.edu/~makato/papers/income.pdf

Nirei, M., and Souma, W. (2003). Income Distribution Dynamics: A Classical Perspective. No source specified http://www.santafe.edu/~makato/papers/income.pdf

Nirei, M., and Souma, W. (2007). A Two Factor Model of Income Distribution Dynamics. Review of Income and Wealth, 53(3):440-459.

Ormerod, P., and Mounfield, C. (2001). Power Law Distribution of the Duration and Magnitude of Recessions in Capitalist Economies: Breakdown of Scaling. Physica A, 293:573-582.

Ormerod, P. (2002). The US Business Cycle: Power Law Scaling for Interacting Units with Complex internal Structure. Physica A, 314:774-785.

Reed, W.J. (2001). The Pareto, Zipf and Other Power Laws. Economics Letters, 74:15-19.

Reed, W. (2003). The Pareto law of incomes – An explanation and an extension. Physica A, 319:469-486.

Rizvi, S.A.T. (1994). The Microfoundations Project in General Equilibrium Theory. Cambridge Journal of Economics, 18(4):357-377. http://ideas.repec.org/a/oup/cambje/v18y1994i4p357-77.html

Silva, A.C., and Yakovenko, V.M. (2005). Temporal Evolution of the ‘Thermal’ and ‘Superthermal’ Income Classes in the USA during 1983–2001. Europhysics Letters, 69(2):304-310.

Simon, H., and Bonini, C. (1958). The Size Distribution of Business Firms. American Economic Review, 48(4):607-617.

Souma, W. (2000). Physics of Personal income. In: Empirical Science of Financial Fluctuations: The Advent of Econophysics, ed. by H. Takayasu, Nihon Keizai Shimbun, Inc., Tokyo.

Stanley, M.H.R., Amaral, N.L.A., Buldyrev, S.V., Havlin, S., Leschhorn, H., Maass, P., Salinger, M.A., and Stanley, H.E. (1996). Scaling Behavior in the Growth of Companies. Nature, 379:804-806.

Steindl, J. (1965). Random Processes and the Growth of Firms. Charles Griffin and Co. Ltd., London.

Teitelbaum, D., and Axtell, R. (2005). Firm Size Dynamics and Industries: Stochastic Growth Processes, Large Fluctuations and the Population of Firms as a Complex System. Small Business Administration Research Summary, 247.

Wells, J. (2008). The Rate of Profit as a Random Variable. PhD thesis, Department of Economics, The Open University, UK. http://staffnet.kingston.ac.uk/~ku32530/phdindex.html

Wright, I. (2004). A Conjecture on the Distribution of Firm Profit. Economia: Teoria y Practica, 20.

Wright, I. (2005). The Social Architecture of Capitalism. Physica A, 346:589-622.

Wright, I. (2005). The Duration of Recessions Follows an Exponential Not a Power Law. Physica A, 345:608-610.

Wright, Ian (2008). The Emergence of the Law of Value in a Dynamic Simple Commodity Economy. Review of Political Economy, 20(3):367-391. http://ideas.repec.org/a/taf/revpoe/v20y2008i3p367-391.html

Yakovenko, V.M. (2008). Econophysics, Statistical Mechanics Approach to. In: Encyclopedia of Complexity and System Science, ed. by B. Meyers, Springer.