Nonlinear Dynamics of Financial Crises

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  • Author : Ionut Purica
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Pages : 124 pages
  • ISBN : 0128032766
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Nonlinear Dynamics of Financial Crises

Nonlinear Dynamics of Financial Crises
  • Author : Ionut Purica
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 28 March 2015
GET THIS BOOK Nonlinear Dynamics of Financial Crises

When just a handful of economists predicted the 2008 financial crisis, people should wonder how so many well educated people with enormous datasets and computing power can be so wrong. In this short book Ionut Purica joins a growing number of economists who explore the failings of mainstream economics and propose solutions developed in other disciplines, such as sociology and evolutionary biology. While it might be premature to call for a revolution, Dr. Purica echoes John Maynard Keynes in believing that

Market Microstructure and Nonlinear Dynamics

Market Microstructure and Nonlinear Dynamics
  • Author : Gilles Dufrénot,Fredj Jawadi,Waël Louhichi
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 14 July 2014
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This book discusses market microstructure environment within the context of the global financial crisis. In the first part, the market microstructure theory is recalled and the main microstructure models and hypotheses are discussed. The second part focuses on the main effects of the financial downturn through an examination of market microstructure dynamics. In particular, the effects of market imperfections and the limitations associated with microstructure models are discussed. Finally, the new regulations and recent developments for financial markets that aim

New Facets of Economic Complexity in Modern Financial Markets

New Facets of Economic Complexity in Modern Financial Markets
  • Author : Catherine Kyrtsou,Didier Sornette,Chris Adcock
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 04 June 2020
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The book is motivated by the disruptions introduced by the financial crisis and the many attempts that have followed to propose new ideas and remedies. Assembling contributions by authors from a variety of backgrounds, this collection illustrates the potentials resulting from the marriage of financial economics, complexity theory and an out-of-equilibrium view of the economic world. Challenging the traditional hypotheses that lie behind financial market functioning, new evidence is provided about the hidden factors fuelling bubbles, the impact of agents’

Essays on Macroeconomic Crises

Essays on Macroeconomic Crises
  • Author : Nelson R. Lind
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 19 June 2021
GET THIS BOOK Essays on Macroeconomic Crises

This dissertation examines economies that may occasionally enter periods of crisis. I first develop a model of asset pricing in the presence of frictions to financial intermediation. This model generates recurrent financial crises due to its strong non-linear dynamics. Next, I develop methodological tools for analyzing these types of highly non-linear dynamic equilibrium models. I then apply these tools to a theory of housing boom-bust cycles driven by endogenous shifts in lending standards. Chapter 1 introduces a model of asset pricing

Nonlinear Dynamics Complexity and Public Policy

Nonlinear Dynamics  Complexity and Public Policy
  • Author : Euel W. Elliott,L. Douglas Kiel
  • Publisher : Nova Science Pub Incorporated
  • Release : 19 June 1999
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Introduces those with an interest in the policy sciences to the field of non-linear dynamics and complex systems, and their applications to problems of public policy. Four of the nine contributions concentrate on the implications of nonlinear dynamics and complexity for understanding the evolution of economic systems or instruments of economic policymaking. Three papers explore a set of non-economic related policy areas involving dynamics at a reduced level of aggregations from macroeconomic phenomena. The final contributions consider information technology and

Nonlinear Dynamics and Evolutionary Economics

Nonlinear Dynamics and Evolutionary Economics
  • Author : Richard Hollis Day,Ping Chen
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 19 June 1993
GET THIS BOOK Nonlinear Dynamics and Evolutionary Economics

Advances in physics, computers, and mathematics have made it possible to illustrate an astonishing array of potential behavior that can occur when nonlinear interactions are present. As Prigogine explains from a physicist's perspective, the fundamental role of instability and bounded rationality provide more precise understanding for evolution and changes. This volume considers these developments from various fields in the context of economic science. The work starts with a general non-mathematical discussion, introducing the major themes--nonlinearity, dynamical systems, and evolution in