Complexity Economics

    The Institute supports the exploration of Agent Based Modeling and Complexity Economics as approaches to understanding economic policy. These approaches simulate the behavior and interactions of economic agents to evaluate the effects on the economy as a whole.

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    New Metrics for Economic Complexity: Measuring the Intangible Growth Potential of Countries

    In this paper we provide a summary and a guide to the literature for a new line of research which goes under the name of Economic Complexity and is partly performed incollaboration with INET. Read more

    Fields Institute of Mathematics and Science

    As a way of furthering our interdisciplinary approach, the Institute partners with the University of Toronto’s Fields Institute, bringing lessons and ideas from high-level mathematics into the economics field. Read more