References

This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 39 references in this bibliography folder.

Dawid, H, Gemkow, S, Harting, P, and Neugart, M (2009).
On the effects of skill upgrading in the presence of spatial labor market frictions: An agent-based analysis of spatial policy design
Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, 12(4).

Eurace, PC (2009).
EURACE Final Activity Report
Eurace Project Consortium.

Gatti, DD, Gallegati, M, Greenwald, B, Russo, A, and Stiglitz, J (2009).
Business fluctuations and bankruptcy avalanches in an evolving network economy
Journal of Economic Interaction and Coordination, 4(2):195-212.

Teglio, A, Raberto, M, and Cincotti, S (2009).
Explaining equity excess return by means of an agent-based financial market
In: Artificial Economics, ed. by Beckmann, M. and Künzi, H. P. and Fandel, G. and Trockel, W. and Basile, A. and Drexl, A. and Dawid, H. and Inderfurth, K. and Kürsten, W. and Schittko, U. and Hernández, Cesáreo and Posada, Marta and López-Paredes, Adolfo, vol. 631, Springer, Berlin. Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems.

D5.2 (2008).
Computational experiments of policy design on goods, labour and credit markets
Eurace Project Consortium.

D6.2 (2008).
Computational experiments of policy design on financial markets
Eurace Project Consortium.

D7.2 (2008).
Computational experiments of policy design on skill dynamics and innovation
Eurace Project Consortium.

Dawid, H, Gemkow, S, Harting, P, Kabus, K, Neugart, M, and Wersching, K (2008).
Skills, innovation, and growth: An agent-based policy analysis
Journal of Economics and Statistics, 228(2+3):251-275.

Raberto, M, Teglio, A, and Cincotti, S (2008).
Integrating real and financial markets in an agent-based economic model: An application to monetary policy design
Computational Economics, 32(1-2):147-162.

D5.1 (2007).
Agent based models of goods, labour and credit markets
Eurace Project Consortium.

D6.1 (2007).
Agent based models of financial markets
Eurace Project Consortium.

D7.1 (2007).
Agent based models for skill dynamics and innovation
Eurace Project Consortium.

LeBaron, B (2006).
Agent-based computational finance
In: Handbook of computational economics, Volume 2: Agent-based computational economics, ed. by L. Tesfatsion and K. Judd, North-Holland, Amsterdam.

Raberto, M, Teglio, A, and Cincotti, S (2006).
A dynamic general disequilibrium model of a sequential monetary production economy
Chaos, Solitons and Fractals, 29(3):566-577.

Tesfatsion, L and Judd, K (2006).
Handbook of computational economics, Volume 2: Agent-based computational economics
North-Holland, Amsterdam.

Bernanke, S (2004).
The great moderation
Miscellaneous publication, Federal Reserve Board: Speech at the meetings of the Eastern Economic Association, Washington, DC February 20, 2004.

Graziani, A (2003).
The monetary theory of production
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Kutschinski, E, Uthmann, T, and Polani, D (2003).
Learning competitive pricing strategies by multi-agent reinforcement learning
Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 27(11-12):2207-2218.

Sallans, B, Pfister, A, Karatzoglou, A, and Dorffner, G (2003).
Simulations and validation of an integrated markets model
Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, 6(4).

Carroll, CD (2001).
A theory of the consumption function, with and without liquidity constraints
Journal of Economic Perspectives, 15(3):23-45.

Tassier, T (2001).
Emerging small-world referral networks in evolutionary labor markets
IEEE Transaction of Evolutionary Computation, 5(5):482-492.

Tesfatsion, L (2001).
Structure, behaviour, and market power in an evolutionary labour market with adaptive search
Journal of Economics Dynamics and Control, 25:419-457.

Bruun, C (1999).
Agent-based Keynesian economics: simulating a monetary production system bottom-up
No source specified

Clarida, R, Gali, J, and Gertler, M (1999).
The science of monetary policy: A new keynesian perspective
Journal of Economic Literature, 37(4):1661-1707.

Epstein, JM (1999).
Agent-based computational models and generative social science
Complexity, 4(5):41-60.