The current global crisis has not only strikingly showed the importance of banking and financial markets for the dynamics of real economies, it has also turned to be a “natural experiment” for the economic analysis, showing the deep inadequacy of the dominant theoretical framework. read more »
PURPOSE : NK models, initiated in biology by Stuart Kauffman, have proven an attractive method to analyse the structural evolution of any entity characterized by a complex inner structure where complexity is originated by structural interdependencies among elements composing the entity. read more »
The purpose of this workshop is to analyse, from a theoretical and empirical point of view, the way in which the institutional architectures of markets emerge and how they affect the outcomes on these markets.
Organised by OECD and EPO in collaboration with DIME Network of Excellence, and with the support of UIBM, USPTO, JPO, WIPO, the National Science Foundation (United States), Eurostat, and the Venice International University. read more »