23rd Annual Workshop on Economic Science with Heterogeneous Interacting Agents

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30-06-18 to 02-07-18
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The Workshop on Economic Science with Heterogeneous Interacting Agents (WEHIA) is the annual conference of the Society for Economic Studies with Heterogeneous Interacting Agents. WEHIA 2018 represents a unique opportunity to present and discuss the latest research on various aspects of the economy as a complex system consisting of heterogeneous interacting agents. Research contributions from different fields - economics, psychology, sociology, computer sciences, or physics - can prove useful for better understanding of key issues such as extreme events in financial markets, production growth, unemployment and poverty, inequality in income and wealth distribution, and many others.

Papers in the following and related areas are solicited 


  • Emergence of Cooperation
  • Economy as a Complex System
  • Agent Based Economic Simulation
  • Social Networks
  • Economic and Financial Networks
  • Cryptocurrency Research
  • Econophysics
  • Complex Dynamics
  • Analysis of Wealth and Income Inequality
  • Macroeconomic Tail Risks
  • Experimental Economics
  • Bounded Rationality and Learning
  • Evolutionary Game Theory

In addition to the above brief list of possible topics, we welcome submissions on other topics developing new approaches to modelling Economic Equilibria and Dynamics, and to time series analysis of economic and financial data. 

Conference proceedings are planned to be published in Springer Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems (Author Instructions here). Springer will make the final decision on publication after the conference. Selected papers will be published in a special volume of Journal of Economic Interaction and Coordination

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