Un modèle macroéconomique multi-agents avec monnaie endogène
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Keywordscomplex dynamic systems; computational economics; agent-based macroeconomics; monetary production economy; bank loans and money creation; systèmes dynamiques complexes; économie computationnelle; macroéconomie multi-agents; économie monétaire de production; crédits bancaires et création monétaire;
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