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The Relevance of Network Effects in Economics - Universitat Jaume I de Castellón  07 March 2014

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WEHIA, June 18th 2014 Presentation, Non-Parametric Simulated ML Estimation of Parameters in Heterogenous Agent Models. Please follow the link for the presentation slides.

CEF, the 20th International Conference Computing in Economics and Finance, Norway, Oslo, 22-24 June 2014.

FinMaP presentations:
The Role of Public and Private Information in a Laboratory Financial Market

Paul de Grauwe’s policy analysis and commentary on Secular stagnation in the Eurozone from January 30th 2015, is available here.

Conference: WEHIA 2015
As members of the WEHIA Scientific Committee, Thomas Lux, Kiel University, Germany and Mauro Gallegati, Università Politecnica delle Marche, Italy confirmed participation in the round table sessions organized for the 20th anniversary of the WEHIA conference. Session topics do concentrate on the achievements of the agent-based methodology in the last 20 years and on the challenges ahead.
Zhenxi Chen's, Jaba Ghongnadze's and Matthias Raddant's research papers are accepted for presentation.

You find FinMaP presentations at the WEHIA here:
Systemic Risk and Macroprudential Policy
Bringing an elementary agent based model to the data
Access to Credit and Firms’ Size Distribution
Systemic Risk and Macro Prudential Policies
An empirical study of the Spanish credit network
From banks' strategies to economic (in)stability

Workshop on Mathematics of Multilevel Anticipatory Complex Systems
Università Politecnica delle Marche:

Analytical Approaches to Agent-Based Economics: A Tale of Two Models

2014 Tenth International Conference on Signal-Image Technology & Internet-Based Systems:

Network Approach for Detecting Macroeconomic Instability

Conference: 21st Computing in Economics and Finance
FinMaP researcher Zhenxi Chen’s work on “Estimation of Sentiment Effects in Financial Markets: A Simulated Method of Moments Approach”  has been accepted for presentation.

FinMaP presentations at CEF:
An Experimental Study on Overweighting of Public Information
Estimation of Sentiment Effects in Financial Markets

Grant Agreement No. 612955
FP7 theme: SSH-2013.1.3-2
Project Start: 1 January 2014
Coordinator: Prof. T. Lux

Press Release, 16 January 2014

Financial crisis:
causes, policy responses, future challenges
Outcomes of EU-funded research


Agent-Based Economic Modelling:

First Ancona-Milano Summer School on AB Economics

Ancona, 1-5 September 2015