Computational Economics (ACE), the computational study of economic processes modeled as dynamic systems of interacting agents. This chapter explores the potential advantages and disadvantages of ACE for the study of economic systems. General points are concretely illustrated using an ACE model of a two-sector decentralized market economy. Six issues are highlighted: Constructive understanding of production, pricing, and trade processes; the essential primacy of survival; strategic rivalry and market power; behavioral uncertainty and learning; the role of conventions and organizations; and the complex interactions among structural attributes, institutional arrangements, and behavioral dispositions.
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International Journal of Economics & Management Sciences (IJEMS) is one of the best peer-reviewed journal on Computational Economics. IJEMS is a bi-annual, interdisciplinary journal. IJMSS focuses on integrating theory, research and practice in the area of management & social sciences. It aspires to bring academicians, researchers, industrial community, entrepreneurs & development practitioners together.
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