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Presentations given at conferences

My public lectures and keynotes can be found here.

2017

The complementary relationship between institutional and complexity economics: The example of deep mechanismic explanations, presentation given at the Allied Social Sciences Associations Annual Meeting in Chicago, IL, USA

The complexity approach to economic development as a new rationale for industrial policy?, presentation given at the EAEPE Symposium on Development Economics in Berlin, Germany

On the many ways a model can be unrealistic - and still useful, presentation given at the Academy of Finland Centre of Excellence in the Philosophy of Social Sciences in Helsinki, Finland

Towards a computational understanding of institutions - A review and a new proposition for a definition, presentation at the Annual WINIR Conference* in Utrecht, Netherlands

The Dance of Godzilla and the Earthquake: On the Sectoral and Structural Foundations of Macroeconomic Fluctuations, presentation at the Conference on Complex Systems in Cancun, Mexico

Trust and Social Control: Sources of cooperation, performance, and stability in informal value transfer systems, presentation at the 29th Annual EAEPE Conference in Budapest, Hungary

Towards a computational understanding of institutions - A review and a new proposition for a definition, presentation at the 29th Annual EAEPE Conference in Budapest, Hungary

2016

The Nature of Institutions: A Computational Perspective, presentation given at the Allied Social Sciences Associations Annual Meeting in San Francisco, CA, USA

The effect of selection and reputation mechanisms on the emergence of cooperation, presentation at the 28th Annual EAEPE Conference in Manchester, UK

Computational Game Theory and the micro foundations of institutions, presentation given at the Lorentz Workshop on Institution - Emergence or Design? in Leiden, The Netherlands

Production networks, industrial organization and the financial sector: An ABM analysis of potential fragility and instability, poster presented at the Conference on Complex Systems in Amsterdam, The Netherlands

2015

Agent-Based Computational Models - A Formal Heuristic for Institutionalist Pattern Modelling?, presentation given at the Allied Social Sciences Associations Annual Meeting in Boston, MA, USA

The Nature of Institutions – A Computational Perspective, presentation given at the 27th Annual EAEPE Conference in Genova, Italy

Eine algorithmische Perspektive auf die Evolution von Institutionen, presentation given at the Buchenbachworkshop of the Evolutionary Working Group (Verein für Socialpolitik) in Buchenbach, Germany

It’s not all about inequality: Unmet aspirations and the occurence of social protest, presentation at the Jena Summer School on Innovation and Uncertainty, Jena, Germany

Beyond Equilibrium: Revisiting Two-Sided Markets from an Agent-Based Modeling Perspective, poster presented at the Conference on Complex Systems in Tempe, Arizona

2014

About Implicit Assumptions in Formal Modelling - The case of DSGE and ABM in economics, presentation at the 26th Annual EAEPE Conference 2014 in Nicosia/Ayia Napa, Cyprus

How Agent-Based Modeling and Simulation relates to CGE and DSGE Modeling, presentation at the*IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence for Financial Engineering & Economics* in London, UK

2013

Formal Foundations of Agent-Based-Models and Simulations, presentation given at the 25th Annual EAEPE Conference in Paris, France

Simulation in der Evolutorischen Ökonomik, presentation given at the Buchenbachworkshop of the Evolutionary Working Group (Verein für Socialpolitik) in Buchenbach, Germany


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