Discovering Artificial Economics
How Agents Learn And Economies Evolve
This book discusses and illustrates the emergent behavior produced due to cumulative pattern of interactions in a strongly interactive economy, reflecting the diversity of decisions taken by different economic agents. It takes a look at unexpected socioeconomic changes during the past millennium.
Table of Contents
1. Chance and Necessity 2. On the Road to Know-Ware 3. Sheep, Explorers, and Phase Transitions 4. The Ancient Art of Learning by Circulating 5. Networks, Boosters, and Self-Organized Cities 6. Traffic Near the Edge of Chaos 7. Coevolving Markets 8. Artificial Economics