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Macroeconomics From the Bottom Up

Doyne Farmer
INET, 2011
Level: beginner
Perspective: Complexity Economics
Topic: Reflection of Economics
Format: Interview
Duration: 00:12:53
Based on a critique on econometric and DSGE models (in particular in the context of the financial crisis), Doyne Farmer presents his current research programme that aims at building an agent-based model of the financial and economic crisis. It models heterogeneous agents and from there simulates the economy, firstly for the housing market. The interview gives a short insight in the research programme.

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