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Computational models in the economics of environment and development

Anantha K. Duraiappah

Computational models in the economics of environment and development

by Anantha K. Duraiappah

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Published by Kluwer Academic in Dordrecht .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Anantha Kumar Duraiappah.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD
The Physical Object
Paginationxviii, 227 p. :
Number of Pages227
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19504897M
ISBN 10140201774

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Computational Models in the Economics of Environment and Development provides a step-by-step guide in designing, developing, and solving non-linear environment-development models. It accomplishes this by focusing on applied models, using real examples as case studies. Additionally, it gives.

Computational Models in the Economics of Environment and Development provides a step-by-step guide in designing, developing, and solving non-linear environment-development models. It accomplishes this by focusing on applied models, using real examples as case studies.

Computational economics is a research discipline at the interface of computer science, economics, and management science. This subject encompasses computational modeling of economic systems, whether agent-based, general-equilibrium, macroeconomic, or rational-expectations, computational econometrics and statistics, computational finance.

As such, the book is both a collection of provocative contributions to our understanding of collective decision-making and a stimulus for further investment in computational models of political economy.& quot; --David Austen-Smith, Ethel and John Lindgren Professor of Political Science and Economics, Northwestern University4/5(1).

The book progresses from relatively simple models to more complex ones, and includes appendices on the ins and outs of running each program. The book is intended for use by advanced undergraduates and professional economists and even, as a first exposure to computational economics, by graduate students.

Organized by economic topics5/5(2). Computational Economics and Economic Theory: Substitutes or Complements. 3 Economics is also undergoing the same transformation, following in the tracks of physics, chemistry, astronomy, and other fihardfl sciences. Below, I will give some ex-amples of how we may learn from their experience and some common problems.

How. Introduction to Agent-Based Economics describes the principal elements of agent-based computational economics (ACE). It illustrates ACE’s theoretical foundations, which are rooted in the application of the concept of complexity to the social sciences, and it depicts its growth and development from a non-linear out-of-equilibrium approach to a.

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Amsterdam: Elsevier, –Author: Cesar A. Hidalgo. The use of innovative computational models in political economic research as a complement to traditional analytical methodologies.

Researchers are increasingly turning to computational methods to study the dynamic properties of political and economic systems. Politicians, citizens, interest groups, and organizations interact in dynamic, complex environments, and the static models that are. From the book reviews: “This book contains a wealth of information on many of the models used in describing economic and environmental changes.

this is a very well written and very thorough introduction to mathematical modeling in economics and the environment. The Oxford Handbook of Computational Economics and Finance provides a survey of both the foundations of and recent advances in the frontiers of analysis and action.

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Appropriate one- and two-semester courses include, but are not limited to, Applied Mathematical Modeling, Mathematical Methods in Economics and Environment, Models of Biological Systems, Applied Optimization Models, and Environmental Models.

Prerequisites for the courses are Calculus and, preferably, Differential Equations. Development economics is a branch of economics which deals with economic aspects of the development process in low income countries. Its focus is not only on methods of promoting economic development, economic growth and structural change but also on improving the potential for the mass of the population, for example, through health, education and workplace conditions, whether through.

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Models are a simplification of reality that can be compared to maps. Road maps indicate certain aspects of reality (for example, roads of a certain size) and not others (for example, sewer lines, power lines, and buildings).

No one map can include all aspects of reality and, similarly, all models. This book presents a variety of computational methods used to solve dynamic problems in economics and finance.

It emphasizes practical numerical methods rather than mathematical proofs and focuses on techniques that apply directly to economic analyses. The examples are drawn from a wide range of subspecialties of economics and finance, with particular emphasis on problems in agricultural and.This includes the development of DYNARE, a software package to make such algorithms, and computational software more generally, accessible to the economics profession.

In particular, DYNARE can solve dynamic models with rational expectations, forward looking variables and heterogeneous agents, but can also flexibly be used to solve dynamic.Roberto Dieci, Xue-Zhong He, in Handbook of Computational Economics, 7 Conclusion and Future Research.

This chapter has discussed the latest development of heterogeneous agent models (HAMs) in finance over the last ten years since the publications of the Handbook of Computational Economics in and, in particular, the Handbook of Financial Markets: Dynamics and Evolution in