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Building a Macroeconomic Data Collection Simulator on the Internet using the Human Agent Based Simulation Method

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  • Kyoung whan Choe


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    Since the internet have become popular to the public, a new simulation method, which involves a large number of people in the simulation process, has been enabled. In this paper, a macroeconomic data collection simulator on the internet, which can model a closed economic system by using such the simulation method, is proposed. The simulator provides a market system with its users; therefore, they can buy, produce and sell products. System administrators can coordinate the market by controlling four macroeconomic variables. With some extensions, the simulator can model an open economic system.

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    Paper provided by EconWPA in its series Computational Economics with number 0103001.

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    Length: 12 pages
    Date of creation: 31 Mar 2001
    Handle: RePEc:wpa:wuwpco:0103001
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