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(p. 761) Index

(p. 761) Index

$-Game 452
“2+3+2” formula 510
a measure of consistency 351
a spatiotemporal contagion response measure:
SCR 341
action potential 688, 689, 690, 691, 694, 708
activation day 499
activation of agents 499, 500
adapting reservation wages 495
adapting wage offers 495
adaptive behavior 9, 447, 672, 680
adaptive mechanism design 417
adjacency matrix 403, 404, 409, 410, 411, 413, 417
advantages of agent-based modeling 444, 528, 554
age distribution 597, 618
agent-based 490, 495
agent-based and economic modeling 267, 285
agent-based computational economics (ACE) 16, 21, 22, 32, 285, 598, 639, 655, 719, 721, 722
agent-based financial market models 520, 521, 522, 523, 539, 555
agent-based macro 514
agent-based macroeconomic model(s) 490–495, 512–516, 539
agent-based macroeconomic modeling 23, 490, 492
agent-based macroeconomic models networks 515
agent-based macroeconomics 23, 492
agent-based model (ABM) 425, 498, 508, 515, 635
agent-based modeling 21, 444, 490, 635
agent-based modeling approach(es) 498, 641
agent-based policy models 492
agent-time vs. clock time 499
aggregate economic dynamics 504, 508, 513
aggregate indicators 496
aggregation 507, 513
algorithmic game theory 719
algorithmic trading 296
Allais paradox 702
analogue computing 4, 724, 726, 730, 732
anamalous scaling 214
annual GDP growth rate 501
Apesteguia, J. 607
approximation 715, 717, 752
Armington model of trade 140
Armstrong, M. 470, 607
Asplund, M. 596, 597, 620
asset trees 430
automata 1, 2, 3, 4, 12, 13, 19, 21, 22, 26, 444, 639
auxiliary particle filters 10, 250, 252, 264
average capital stock quality 505
average home-age response coefficients 348
average quality of the capital stock 504
axiom of choice 716, 752
backstop technology 156
balance-sheet 496, 675
band-pass filtered time series 501, 502
bank and credit market regulations 493
bank behavior 425, 493
banking regulation(s) 491, 494, 516
bankruptcy procedure(s) 495, 498
banks 496
Barabasi-Albert scale-free network 410, 413
Barsky, R. B. 621
base rate 498
base wage 496
baseline scenario 501
basic model specification 336, 337
Bayesian estimation 7, 62
behavioral rules 9, 17, 24, 25, 561, 562, 584, 587, 589, 680
Benkard, L. 598
Beveridge curve 29, 502, 670, 671, 677
(p. 762) Bils, M. 621
biologically inspired algorithms 13, 14, 295, 296
bivariate multifractal model 229, 230
bottom-up versus top-down:
calibration 177
bottom-up versus top-down:
decomposition approach 169
bottom-up versus top-down:
integrated approach 170
bounded rationality 26, 498, 595, 635, 641, 642, 753
boundedly rational behavior 498
Bresnahan, T. F. 622
business cycle fluctuations 493, 515
business cycle(s) 492, 493, 501, 515
calendar-based 499
calibration 581
calibration of agent-based models 654
calibration:
heterogeneous firms 182
calibration:
structural estimation 186
Campbell, J. R. 622
cap-and-trade 159
capacity constraints 505
capacity utilization 505
capital accumulation 75, 140, 494
capital good 493, 495
capital requirement regulations 493
capital stock 150, 151, 168, 493, 504, 505, 506, 511, 514, 679
capital vintages 505, 507
carbon dioxide emissions 157
Carroll, G. R. 610
cascade dynamics 398, 415, 417
cascade failures 397, 399, 417
cascade models 239, 416, 428, 429, 430
cascade threshold 407, 408, 413, 414
CAT market design tournament 468, 472, 473, 485
CAT market design tournament:
hall-of-fame simulations 480
categories of explanatory variables 337
causal mechanisms 501, 670
Caves, R. E. 595
cellular automata 22, 25, 26, 444, 639
central bank 498
CGE modeling of trade liberalization 152
CGE studies of alternative and renewable energy 156
CGE studies of climate change impacts and adaptation 162
CGE studies of climate change mitigation 161
CGE studies of economic development 155
CGE studies of energy policy 156
CGE studies of hazards 162
CGE studies of international economics 153
CGE studies of public economics 155
Chang, M.-H. 629–630
Chatterjee, S. 621
Chevalier, J. A. 621
Church-Turing thesis 716, 718, 741, 750, 751, 752
classical behavioral economics 32, 719, 720, 721, 723
classification 283
clock-driven simulation models 500
closed macroeconomic models 492, 669, 679
clustered volatility 493
cohesion 491, 511, 512
cohesion policies 491, 511
common consequence effect 702
commute 511
commuting costs 498, 509, 510, 679
comparison of RMSE 354
complementary slackness 147, 150, 160
complex dynamic economy 513
complex interactions 9, 12, 162, 283, 476, 477, 491, 599
complexity 512–514
complexity theory 443
computability theory 718, 719, 739, 749, 752
computable calculus 716
computation universality 737, 753
computational general equilibrium (CGE) 8
computational spatiotemporal autoregressive model specifications 336
computing SCR 343, 344
concentration of policy measures 509
conditions of general equilibrium:
market clearance 147
conditions of general equilibrium:
zero profit 147
confidence intervals 5, 209, 482, 507
consistency statistic 355, 362
constant elasticity of substitution functions 141
constructive mathematics 30, 31, 719, 720, 738, 739, 740, 746, 749, 752, 753
consumption and savings behavior 499
consumption goods producer(s) 496
consumption goods sector 496, 512
(p. 763) consumption utility 699, 700, 701
contagious spatiotemporal price-changes 339
contagious price behavior 340
contagious price changes 342
contagious spatiotemporal effects 345
convergence effects 511
convergence of regions 510, 511, 679
Cooley, T. F. 621
core-periphery structure 429, 430
correlation networks 430–432, 434
cost asymmetry 600
cost functions 506
cost- and price effects 502
costs 502
counter-intuitive cycles 736
counterfactual simulations 424–429
Cournot equilibrium 602–603, 605–607
Cox, J. C. 607
credit and financial sector 515
credit market(s) 490, 492, 493, 495, 498, 514, 654, 659, 678
credit rationed 497
credit supply 493
critical mass 402
cross-sectional distributions 493
curse of dimensionality 27, 84, 85, 130, 598, 599
cyclicality 624, 626
data input files 343
Davis, Martin 718, 742
decision making processes 360, 389, 500, 696
decision under risk 701
decoupling 457
default avalanches 493
defuzzification 361, 362
degree of capacity utilization 505
degree of capital utilization 505
demand channel 502
demand elasticities 506
demand estimations 502
demand expectations 502
deposits 300, 427, 496, 498, 580
derivatives price modeling 282
description-experience gap 705, 707
determinacy conditions 99, 103, 107, 115, 116, 118, 120–122, 124, 134
Devereux, M. B. 621
difference-differential equation 729, 730, 731
diffusion of new technologies 492, 504, 507
diffusion of new technologies, business cycle characteristics, 515
diffusion of technology 510
diffusion speed 496
diophantine 31, 750, 751
direct interactions 639, 642, 649
direction of the contagious effects 352
discretization 46, 225, 227, 721, 724, 725, 738, 744
disequilibrium dynamics 494
distributional outcomes 516
distributions of skills 510
Dixit-Stiglitz CES aggregation 178
Domowitz, I. 312, 321, 621
dopamine 30, 691, 693, 694, 696, 701, 705, 707, 708
Doraszelski, U. 26, 598
dorsaolateral prefrontal cortex 706
DSGE versus agent-based modeling 513
dual labor market 677
Dunne, T. 594
dynamic asset graph 430
dynamic effects of policies 507
dynamic equilibrium models 498, 512
dynamic general equilibrium framework 513
dynamic stochastic general equilibrium (DSGE) 6, 39, 74, 512, 669, 719
dynamical system 716, 725, 737, 745, 753
Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) 491
economic competitiveness 491
economic convergence 491
economic crises 490, 491
economic effects on home-price changes:
mortgage rate effects 337
economic effects on home-price changes:
unemployment rate effects 337
economic frictions 513
economic interactions 507
economic mechanisms 492, 503, 507, 509, 514, 670, 683
economic policy analysis 513, 554
economic policy measures 490, 491, 503, 508
economic policy objectives 528, 545
economic response measures 352, 354
econophysics 16, 18, 217
effect of a policy measure 507
effective sample size 260, 261, 263
efficiency wage 671, 672
(p. 764) efficient market hypothesis 12, 271, 272, 277, 278, 286, 287, 455
El Farol Bar Game 19, 446, 447
elasticity measure 339, 346
electric power production 170
empirical foundations 492, 513
empirical micro-foundation(s) 496, 499
empirical regularities 494, 622, 631, 656, 677, 678
empirical stylized fact(s) 492, 493, 504, 512, 514
endogenous crises 516
endogenous growth models 516
entry decisions 605, 620
epistemological deficit 31, 715, 720, 721
epistemology 16, 30, 31, 714, 715, 727, 730, 732
equilibrium-based DSGE framework 513
Ericson, R. 597
estimated (marginal) cost curves 506
estimation and forecast results 354
estimation statistics:
GP estimation statistics 355
estimation statistics:
OLS estimation statistics 352
EU cohesion policy 511
Eurace model 495
Eurace project 495, 637
Eurace@Unibi economy 492
Eurace@Unibi model 23, 490, 492, 495, 496, 499, 501, 507, 508, 510–512, 514
euro area 491
European fund for regional development (ERDF) 511
European Social Fund (ESF) 511
event-based 499
ex ante forecast 343, 350
exit decisions 596, 600, 607, 608
exogenous shocks 8, 47, 99, 110, 164, 515, 545, 554, 604
expected utility theory (EUT) 702
factor flows 495, 513
fat tails 86, 206–209, 218, 229, 233, 238, 240
feedback effects 492, 498, 510
Fermi-Pasta-Ulam paradox 754
fiat money 498
financial accelerator 515
financial and economic crises 490
financial assets 155, 496
financial commitments 498
financial fragility 516
financial health 497
financial networks 17, 18, 401, 420, 433, 434, 660
financial regulations 495
financial robustness 493
financial stability 425, 427, 660
financial and credit markets 514
finite arithmetic 717
firm market shares 502
firm networks 515
firms’ mark-ups 494
first-order arithmetic 717
fiscal policies 493
fiscal policy measures 507
Fisher machine 4, 8, 29
Fisherian model 114, 119
fitness criterion for genetic programming 345
fitness function 268, 274, 277, 280, 281, 283, 284, 393, 399, 647
fixed constant mark-ups 514
flash crash 15, 316, 320, 332, 333
flow of goods and production factors 508
fluctuating demand 596, 623, 627, 628
forecast comparison 239
forecast errors 64, 362
forecast evaluation 358
Fouraker, L. E. 607
fractal geometry 10, 214
frictional labor market 495
frictions in labor mobility 509, 512
frontal eye field (FEF) 696
full-fledged model 514
functional income distribution 493
functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) 689, 690, 694, 698, 701, 705
fuzzification 361
fuzzy inference 361–363
fuzzy logic 15, 360
fuzzy set 360
gains from trade 179, 330
GARCH model 212, 213, 215, 238, 248, 249
GDP growth rate 363, 501, 677
general skill level(s) 496, 508, 509
general skills 508, 511, 679
genetic algorithms 13, 285, 300, 494, 642, 680
genetic optimization 409
genetic programming 11, 268
geographically focused policy 509
(p. 765) geography with multiple regions 496
global solutions 117, 131
goal-oriented behavior of agents 506
goods and factor flows 495
Goodstein sequence 717
Goodstein’s theorem 717
Gort, M. 610
government debt crisis 491
GP architecture 344
GP estimation statistics 355
GP input files 343
GP response measure coefficients 350
GP RMSE 354
graph theorem 722
Green, E. J. 622
greenhouse gas emissions:
carbon dioxide 158
greenhouse gas emissions:
non-CO2 158
growth paths 493
halting problem 716, 741
Haltiwanger, J. C. 622
Hamming distance 601, 602, 604
Hannan, M. T. 610
Harrington, J. E. 622
Head, A. C. 621
heat-maps 504
Herfindahl-Hirschmann index 609
heterogeneity in firm sizes 502
heterogeneous agents 491, 639, 642, 644, 648, 649, 653, 656, 681
heterogeneous firms:
productivity impacts index 185
heterogeneous firms:
variety impacts 185
heterogeneous marketplaces 470
heuristic 715
hierarchy of time-scales 499
high frequency data 28, 208, 276, 277
high frequency trading 28, 316, 317, 318, 320
high order expansions 113
high-tech region 511
home characteristics 338–340
home-price changes estimation results:
GP estimation 350
home-price changes estimation results:
OLS estimation 352
home-price changes forecast 337
home-price changes GP estimation Results 349
home-price dynamics 338, 339
home-price model specifications 340
Hopenhayn, H. A. 596, 597, 620, 622
Hotelling, H. 153, 606
household consumption 494
Hubbard, R. G. 621
Huck, S. 607
human capital 28, 29, 495, 511, 512, 515, 672, 676, 678–680
human capital policies 28, 495, 511, 512
Hurst index 214, 221
illiquid 498
illiquidity bankruptcy procedure 498
imitation 494, 607, 631, 635, 637, 650, 651, 693, 728
impacts of climate change 162, 163
incidental response measures 347, 350
income distribution(s) 493
income inequality 503, 512
independence axiom 30, 689, 697, 702, 703, 705
index bond 498
industrial economics 26, 27, 594
industrial organization 26, 27, 594
industrial organization literature 505, 595
industry dynamics 594, 598, 599, 603, 610, 621, 630, 632
industry marginal cost 609, 610, 615, 624, 628
industry price-cost margin 27, 609, 616, 620, 621, 624, 625, 627, 628
inequality 86, 156, 411, 503, 510–512, 676, 677
infant mortality 27, 595, 618, 619
infinitesimal 407, 733, 736, 749
initial conditions 43, 49, 65, 81, 442, 456, 501, 717, 730, 731, 737, 744
initial value problem 716
input-output analysis 8, 16, 515
input-output tables 142, 494
insolvent 498
integrated and separated labor markets 512
integrated European labor market 511
integrated models 516
integration 491
inter-industry trade 494
intertemporal objective function 39, 100, 498
interacting agents 285, 495, 598, 651, 668, 669
interaction protocol(s) 495, 513
interbank exposure networks 18, 422, 426, 430
interbank system 430
interest payments 284, 495, 659
intertemporal CGE model 163
intertemporally optimizing 152, 513
(p. 766) intuitionistic logic 740, 741
investment goods 142, 146, 495, 496, 498, 505, 512, 514, 515
investment goods market 498, 514
investment goods producers 146, 496
investment goods production 495
investment goods sector 512
JCAT 471, 472, 475, 477, 478, 480, 481, 485
Jovanovic, B. 596, 600, 610, 631
Judd, K. L. 6, 46, 53, 58, 73, 84, 85, 87, 88, 98, 99, 130–132, 655
Kandori, M. 622
Kashyap, A. K. 621
kernel smoothing 10, 249, 252, 260, 263
Klepper, S. 610
KN network 410, 412–415
labor market frictions 509, 510, 679
labor market integration 510, 511, 679
labor market integration policies 510, 511, 679
labor market interaction 496
labor market networks 515
labor mobility 509–512
labor mobility costs 509
labor productivity 151, 168, 505
labor supply 75, 78, 169, 495, 671, 679
lag assumption 342
lagged percentage price changes 341, 342, 346, 347, 362
Lagom model 494
lagom model 494
Lapham, B. J. 621
latency 14, 322, 323, 328, 331
lateral intraparietal area (LIP) 696
leaning against the wind interventions 533
learning-by-doing 511
level-adjusting interventions 546
liberalization of trade in service 183
life-cycle saving 494
linear rational expectations models 7, 108
linear regressions 339–341, 345, 360
linearization 7, 46, 82, 98, 107, 108, 114, 120, 731
Lipschitz condition 716
local economic environments 508
local labor markets 511
local market platforms 496
local markets 508
local skill distribution 508
local, private information 498
lock-in and overshooting effects 500
logically defendable equations 345
logistic neural networks 84
long-run growth 509, 516
Lorenz attractor 743, 744
loss aversion 697, 698
low-tech region 511
lower convergence 679
Lucas Critique 24, 25, 424, 513
MacDonald, G. M. 610
MacDonald, J. M. 621
macroeconomic policy 512, 660
macroeconomic stability 494
macroscopic phenomena 397
management science 499, 506, 680
management science approach 499, 506
managerial heuristics 499
MANIAC 725, 726
maps:
ArcGIS 339
maps:
ESRI 339
marginal cost of public funds 156
mark-ups 494, 501, 502, 514
market frictions 509, 510, 513, 679
market mechanism 455, 468, 471, 475, 480, 640, 641, 642, 644
market selection 479, 499, 621, 630
marketing literature 499
Markov perfect equilibrium (MPE) 27, 597–599
Markov switching stochastic volatility (MSSV) model 10, 248, 250, 252
Markov-switching multifractal model 215, 225, 226, 233
Marshallian large group assumption 181
Martins, J. O. 621
matching function 672, 677
matching models 671
McGuire, P. 597
mean forecast percentage error - MFPE 358
mean square error or MSE 343, 345, 353, 354
measuring spatiotemporal contagion effects 345
Melitz, M. J. 179, 181, 597
method of proof 751
MFPE 358
micro-foundations 496, 516
micro-macro loop 401
microbehavior 513
(p. 767) microsimulation 29, 154, 668, 669, 673, 674, 675, 678
midbrain dopamine neurons 30, 708
Millennium Bridge 725, 726
minimum spanning tree (MST) 430, 431, 434
minority game 446
mixed complementarity problem 150
mobility of labor 509
mobility of workers 510
model specifications 339, 340, 343, 362
modeling philosophy 492, 513
monetary and fiscal policies 493
monetary authority 494, 674
monetary policies 493
mortgage rate response coefficients 348
motor decision making 703
motor lottery 704–707
motor noise 704, 705
MSE 343, 345, 350, 353
multi-scaling 207
multifractal model of asset returns 221
multifractal models 10, 221
multifractal random walk 207, 225, 227, 228, 232, 233
multifractality 2007, 214–218, 220, 223
multilateral emission trading 160
mutation 269, 283, 300, 494, 647, 648, 650, 680
myopia 595, 598, 599, 605, 606, 620
myopic adjustment dynamics 494
natural computationalism 1–4, 11, 14, 21, 22
negative binomial distribution 581
negative net worth 498
neoclassical synthesis 727
nested CES 169–171, 183
network analysis (software) 434
network optimization 398
network visualizations 423, 433
neuroeconomics 29, 30, 696, 707, 709
Nocke, V. 596 597, 620
nonconstructive 30, 31, 717, 719, 739, 740, 742, 744–747
non-equilibrium dynamics 599
nonfinite means 716, 717
nonparametric model 507
nonrecurring dynamics 340
nonstandard analysis 731, 733, 736
Normann, H.-T. 633
number of bathrooms response coefficients 347
observable unit costs 505
Oechssler, J. 632
Ohanian, L. E. 621
Okun’s law 677
OLS 349, 352, 354, 355, 358, 362
open-economy CGE model 141, 150, 151
operating procedures 26, 499
optimization assumption 491
orbitofrontal cortex (OFC) 694–696, 701, 708
ordinary differential equations 716, 728
output growth rates 493
overdraft and emergency liquidity facilities 498
overfitting 274, 277, 281, 285
overnight deposits 498
Pakes, A. 597, 598
parameter space 479, 485, 501, 562, 563, 236, 273
parameterization 275, 317, 320, 332, 501, 560, 578, 639, 703
parsimonious 206, 212, 218, 240, 443, 514
partial correlation planar maximally filtered graph (PCPG) 432
partial market models 516
particle filters 10, 248, 249, 263
path dependencies 507, 513
payment networks 422
Peano arithmetic 717, 720
Peano existence theorem 716, 750
penalized spline approach 507
penalized spline functions 507
penalized spline method 507
percentage price-change comparison 353
perfect foresight 40-43, 45, 127, 130, 596–598, 605, 606, 620
perfect foresight model 40–42
perturbation approach 46, 108
perturbation method 7, 8, 46, 56, 82, 83, 86–88, 96, 131
Petersen, B. C. 633
Phillips machine 3–5, 29, 31, 724, 726, 732
physical capital(machinery) 512
physical system 446, 715, 751
Pilat, D. 634
planar dynamics 731
planar maximally filtered graph (PMFG) 431–432
poisson multifractal 220, 223, 224, 226, 236
policy analysis 23, 24, 490, 492, 501, 507, 509, 512, 513, 530, 554, 559, 561, 562, 586, 589
(p. 768) policy design 24, 27, 508, 512, 520, 669
policy effects 490, 492, 495, 503, 507, 513, 670
policy experiments 510, 513, 515, 520, 523, 528, 529, 556, 560, 561
policy interventions 157, 508, 671
policy issues 494, 512, 514, 638
policy measures 490, 491, 496, 503, 507–509, 512, 513, 515, 520, 521, 546
policy orientation 495
policy shock 172, 513
Porter, R. H. 622
potential entrants 605, 608
potential productivity 496
power law 209, 212, 214, 224, 227, 410, 493, 562–565, 582
power law properties 493
preferential attachment 410, 563
Prescott, E. C. 596
price change forecasts 351
price information 494
price mark-ups 501
pricing behavior 507
pricing rules 27, 506
principal components analysis 580
private prices 494
probabilistic diffusion 398, 399, 402, 404, 405, 409, 411, 413–415
probability weighting function 702, 703, 705
production chains 515
production planning 499
production technology 146, 169, 494, 495, 498, 600–602, 605
productivity change 503
productivity dynamics 178, 510
profit and wage taxes 494
profit-oriented pricing rules 506
projection method 7, 86, 96, 98, 130, 132, 133
proof-of-concept 514
prospect theory 455, 702, 703
pseudo-excess demand correspondence 147, 152
public prices 494
quality (or vintage) 496
quality of the capital stock 504, 514
random network 408, 410, 412–414, 563
random regular network 419–412, 414, 415
rate of technological change 501
rational numbers 722, 748
Ravikumar, B. 633
Rayleigh-Ritz inequality 411
RBC models 515
real consumption budget 502
real-world pricing procedures 506
recursive dynamic model 151
recursively enumerable set 723
reference dependence 696, 697
reference point 697–699, 700, 701, 708
referral hiring 512
regional differences 508, 512
regional economic growth 510
regional policy 511
regionally differentiated policies 495
regression-like models 336
Reiss, P. C. 622
relative subjective value (RSV) 30, 696, 708
representative agent 9, 39, 68, 111, 141, 142, 152, 170, 513, 638
representative agent equilibrium framework 513
residential home prices 361
restrictions on labor mobility 510
Reynolds, S. S. 621
rigorous statistical analysis 507
risk exposure 497, 498
risk-adjusted returns 277, 278
RMSD 355
Rob, R. 600
Roberts, M. J. 594
root mean square deviation - RMSD 351
Rossi, P. E. 633, 665
Rotemberg, J. J. 621 622
Saloner, G. 622
Salop, S. C. 606, 671
Samuelson, L. 594
Scarpetta, S. 634
Scharfstein, D. S. 621
schedule of activities 500
SCR - definition 346
search and matching processes 494
search-and-matching procedure 496
sectoral networks 515
self-sustaining business cycle fluctuations 515
sensitivity analysis 501, 555, 582, 589, 655, 683
sequential importance resampling 252
shakeout 610, 612, 613, 615, 630
(p. 769) Shephard’s lemma 150, 180
shocks:
biased technological retrogression 164
short run policy analyses 515
short-run volatility 516
Siegel, S. 607
Simon, H. 11, 12, 14
Simon, K. L. 610
simulation platform 426, 495, 637
SIR model 402
SIS model 402
skewed firm size distributions 493
skill acquisition 514
skill distribution 508, 574
skill endowment 495
skill improving policies 508
skill-upgrading policy 509
social accounting matrix 142
social capital 681
social influence 400, 401, 405
social learning 401, 638, 650
socioeconomic network 17, 397–400, 409, 636
spatial concentration of the policy effort 509
spatial dimension 495, 516, 560
spatial dimension of policies 495
spatial dimension of policy effects 495
spatial distribution 508, 512, 679
spatial distribution(s) of policy measures 508, 512
spatial extensions of the markets 498
spatial friction(s) 498, 508–510
spatial labor market frictions 509, 510
spatial policy analysis 507
spatial policy questions 512
spatial structure 492
spatially and temporally contagious 345
spatially concentrated policy 509, 679
spatiotemporal contagion effects 13, 345
spatiotemporal contagion response measure(s) 345, 349, 352, 354, 361
spatiotemporal dynamics 334
spatiotemporal models 361
spatiotemporally contagious 338, 339
speculative bubbles 459, 464, 498
speed of technical change 493
speed of technological change 508, 516
spline function(s) 133, 507
statistical arbitrage 328
statistical office 496
statistical or econometric analyses 336
statistical significance of policy effects 507
stochastic (innovation) process 496
stochastic demand 626
stochastic process 88, 98, 99, 100, 101, 126, 212, 214, 215, 221, 223, 233, 286, 494, 507
stochastic productivity shocks 501
stochastic volatility 10, 205–207, 212, 213, 215, 222, 225, 227, 230, 240, 248–250, 252, 263
stock selection 12, 267, 268, 271, 280–282
stock-flow consistency 496, 515
strong axiom of revealed preference 689
subjective value 30, 688–691, 694–696, 701, 708
superior colliculus (SC) 696, 708
Swedish sequence analysis 730
symbiogenesis 14, 15
synergesis 715
systemic risk(s) 399, 401, 421, 424, 427–429, 433, 434
targeting long-run fundamentals interventions 529, 530, 532, 538
technical change 169, 493, 508, 512
technical progress 152, 187
technical trading 267, 272–274, 276–279, 281, 288, 523, 525, 650, 642, 650
technological diffusion 492, 516
technological environment 317, 595, 601–606, 609, 610, 612, 614–616, 619, 630, 631
technological frontier 496, 511
technological spillovers 509, 679
technology choice(s) 494, 511, 514
technology diffusion 406, 503
technology policies 512
temporal response of home-price changes 339
temporal-difference (TD) learning model 691
temporally contagious 338, 339, 349
tertium non datur 719, 740
Tesfatsion, L. 21–23, 29, 338, 349, 520, 598, 667, 680, 719, 722
Theocharis, R. D. 607
threshold-based diffusion 399, 404–406, 413
time dimension 516
time scales 213, 421, 499, 513, 640
time transformation 221–223, 225, 229
time-driven 499
tipping point 412
trading agent competition (TAC) 20, 473
transient effects 513
(p. 770) transition probabilities 10, 98, 117–119, 226, 249, 250, 252, 254, 256, 263, 598, 646, 650, 653
transitional dynamics 513
transmission channels 515
trend-offsetting interventions 551
turing machine 17, 714, 716, 718, 737, 739, 741, 744
uncomputable 739, 740, 746, 747
unemployment benefit system 493
unemployment benefits 494, 500, 670, 675
unemployment insurance 675
unemployment rate 338, 339, 341, 343, 350, 352, 354, 361, 362, 501, 502, 567, 677, 678
uniform policy 509
unit expenditure minimization 142
units of capital stock 504
universality classes 444
utility functions 81, 494, 648, 691
utility maximization 494
Uzawa equivalence theorem 746
validation 26, 27, 274, 275, 561, 654–656, 660
value function 131, 598, 697–699, 702
van der Pol equation 729, 734, 736
van Roy, B. 598
Vega-Redondo, F. F. 607
ventromedial prefrontal cortex (vmPFC) 694–696, 698
vintage choice 514
vintage structure 495
visiometrics 31, 715, 721, 722
volatility clustering 86, 206, 207, 210–212, 221, 227, 240, 526, 528, 530, 533, 641, 646, 651
von Neumann, J. 1–3, 14, 22, 30, 444, 689, 702, 719
wage curve 670, 677
wage inequality 156, 512, 677
Walker, M. 607
Walrasian economy 494
Warner, E. J. 621
wealth dynamics 498
Weidenholzer, S. 632
Weintraub, G. Y. 598, 606
wilderness of bounded rationality 498
Wilson, B. J. 621
Wolfram, S. 9, 19, 22, 26
Woodford, M. 97, 100, 101, 107, 108, 110, 112, 113, 125, 126, 621
zero intelligence agents 637, 642
zero lower bound (ZLB) 7, 8, 68, 72–74, 77, 78, 86, 89, 90, 95, 96, 124–130, 133, 134