Industrial Dynamics and Financial Markets
AbstractFinancial markets mirror the evolution of real economic industries as much as they influence them reciprocally. In this paper we show an approach how to connect both. We will focus on the impact of industrial dynamics on financial markets. Real economic sectors as well as financial markets will be modelled using agent-based modelling techniques. Boundedly rational agents build up the endogenous evolution of an entrepreneurially driven industry, thereby substantiating the role of knowledge diffusion. Boundedly rational investors in the financial market learn about new industries and trade the corresponding shares. The complete model will be set up as a modular system which will allow investigating various scenarios.
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Volume (Year): 12 (2009)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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