By Takao Terano (auth.), Shingo Takahashi, David Sallach, Juliette Rouchier (eds.)
Agent-based modeling and social simulation have emerged as either advancements of and demanding situations to the social sciences. The advancements comprise agent-based computational economics and investigations of theoretical sociological options utilizing formal simulation innovations. one of the demanding situations are the advance of qualitative modeling thoughts, implementation of agent-based versions to enquire phenomena for which traditional monetary, social, and organizational versions haven't any face validity, and the appliance of actual modeling ideas to social approaches. Bringing jointly diversified methods to social simulation and examine agendas, this ebook provides a distinct choice of contributions from the 1st international Congress on Social Simulation, held in 2006 in Kyoto, Japan. The paintings emerged from the collaboration of the Pacific Asian organization for Agent-Based process in Social platforms Sciences, the North American organization for Computational Social and Organizational technological know-how, and the eu Social Simulation Association.
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First many important economic phenomena are related to increasing re- 40 turns. Second, the introduction of increasing returns to scale requires a new framework which is very different from GET. Microfoundation of Macroeconomics Another example is the microfoundation problems. As early as 1960's people were aware of microfoundation problems. The logical discrepancy between the mainstream microeconomics and Keynesian macroeconomics was apparent. A strong research program appeared in 1970's. The name of that program was Microfoundation of Macroeconomics.
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Advancing Social Simulation: The First World Congress by Takao Terano (auth.), Shingo Takahashi, David Sallach, Juliette Rouchier (eds.)