I will be giving an evening lecture on my experience as an interdisciplinary scholar and various efforts for advancing new kinds of scientific thinking in the field of economics.
I have been invited to give keynote talk at the 21st annual meeting of the Society for Economics with Heterogeneous Interacting Agents (ESHIA) taking place at University Jaume I in Castellón, Spain on 22-24 June, 2016.
This is the annual conference of the Society for Economic Science with Interacting Agents (ESHIA). The society aims to provide a unique medium of communication for multidisciplinary approaches, either empirical or theoretical, to the study of complex socio-economic problems. It intends to promote the cross-fertilization of ideas and exchange of concepts and techniques developed within diverse scientific disciplines including economics, social sciences physics, and computer science. The focus of ESHIA is especially on simulating and synthesizing emergent phenomena and collective behaviors to understand real economic and social systems. ESHIA is particularly keen to showcase applications of agent-based modeling such as market microstructure design, policy analysis, systemic risk, and financial engineering. Agents, heterogeneity and interactions are key concepts in multidisciplinary approaches and provide a major driving force to study, either empirical or theoretical, of the socio-economic systems research.
As a newly appointed member of the International Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) of the Complexity Science Hub Vienna, I will be attending the Opening Conference on May 23-24, 2016.
I will be participating in the second section of Panel Three at our Spring Forum on the 23 March 2016.