Agent-based Computational Economics Vol. 27, Issue2

The latest issue of “The Knowledge Engineering Review” journal is a special issue on the topic of Agent-based Computational Economics, guest-edited by Robert E. Marks and Nicolaas J. Vriend. The issue is volume 27, issue 2 (June 2012) and is available from here:

http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayIssue?decade=2010&jid=KER&volumeId=27&issueId=02

The table of contents is copied below.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

The Knowledge Engineering Review, Volume 27, Issue 02, June 2012

The special issue: agent-based computational economics-overview
Robert E. Marks and Nicolaas J. Vriend
The Knowledge Engineering Review, Volume 27, Issue 02, June 2012, pp 115-122

Analysis and synthesis: multi-agent systems in the social sciences
Robert E. Marks
The Knowledge Engineering Review, Volume 27, Issue 02, June 2012, pp 123-136

Agent-based computational economics: a short introduction
Matteo G. Richiardi
The Knowledge Engineering Review, Volume 27, Issue 02, June 2012, pp 137-149

Aggregation in agent-based models of economies
Scott E. Page
The Knowledge Engineering Review, Volume 27, Issue 02, June 2012, pp 151-162

On the scientific status of economic policy: a tale of alternative paradigms
Giorgio Fagiolo and Andrea Roventini
The Knowledge Engineering Review, Volume 27, Issue 02, June 2012, pp 163-185

Agent-based economic models and econometrics
Shu-Heng Chen and Chia-Ling Chang and Ye-Rong Du
The Knowledge Engineering Review, Volume 27, Issue 02, June 2012, pp 187-219

Agent-based models and hypothesis testing: an example of innovation and organizational networks
Allen Wilhite and Eric A. Fong
The Knowledge Engineering Review, Volume 27, Issue 02, June 2012, pp 221-238

Individual evolutionary learning with many agents
Jasmina Arifovic and John Ledyard
The Knowledge Engineering Review, Volume 27, Issue 02, June 2012, pp 239-254

Evolution of market heuristics
Mikhail Anufriev and Cars Hommes
The Knowledge Engineering Review, Volume 27, Issue 02, June 2012, pp 255-271

Zero intelligence in economics and finance
Dan Ladley
The Knowledge Engineering Review, Volume 27, Issue 02, June 2012, pp 273-286