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Islamic Economics in a Complex World: Explorations in Agent-based Simulation (Research Paper)

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This paper suggests that complexity theory provides an alternative paradigm to the Neoclassical framework widely adopted in economic studies. It states that the new paradigm calls for a different methodology than the one used by the mainstream: agent-based simulation allows for exploring rich and highly complex problems in an intuitive and systematic manner.

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  • Al-Suwailem, Sami Ibrahim, 2008. "Islamic Economics in a Complex World: Explorations in Agent-based Simulation (Research Paper)," Occasional Papers 238, The Islamic Research and Teaching Institute (IRTI).
  • Handle: RePEc:ris:irtiop:0238
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    Islamic Economics; Agent-based Simulation;

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