Market Exchange Modelling Experiment, Simulation Algorithms, and Theoretical Analysis
The purpose of this paper is, through a system of software, to analyze some theoretical aggregate models. We suggest to build a disaggregated model to compare its results with these of the aggregated one. The disaggregated model uses an analogical mechanism of the individual behaviors so that a validation of it by experiments is possible. We apply the system to the mechanism of prices and we do experiments at school, which unable the Mises-Hayek-Lange debate to be reconsidered through the computer implementation of its system.
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