My latest working paper is available on the Ruhr Economic Papers . Here the abstract in German and English. German version: Während unter Forschern und Praktikern eine zunehmende Debatte über die mögliche Rolle von Zentralbanken und Finanzaufsichtsbehörden bei der Unterstützung eines reibungslosen Übergangs zu einer kohlenstoffarmen Wirtschaft stattfindet, sind die Informationen darüber, welche makroprudentiellen Instrumente zurContinue reading “Fostering Green Investments and Tackling Climate-Related Financial Risks”
I reviewed the book “Endogenous Innovation”, by Cristiano Antonelli, Edward Elgar Publishing: Cheltenham, 2017 My review has been published on the JASSS.
On June 7-9 2018 I will take part in the IMK Workshop as a lecturer for the topic Behavioral approaches/Macroeconomics. Lecture slides are available here: https://econhoratio.org/teaching/imk-workshop-2018/
My latest article “Big data and complexity: Is macroeconomics heading toward a new paradigm?” has been published in the Journal of Economic Methodology! You can read it at the following link.
This article appeared in The Santa Fe New Mexican on April 14, 2014. By W. Brian Arthur, External Professor, Santa Fe Institute, Visiting Researcher, Palo Alto Research Center Economics is a stately subject, prim and respectable, one that’s altered little since its modern foundations were laid in Victorian times. Now it is changing rapidly, thanks to the work of aContinue reading “How a small group of Santa Fe researchers changed economic thinking”
What all the great teachers appear to have in common is love of their subject, an obvious satisfaction in arousing this love in their students, and an ability to convince them that what they are being taught is deadly serious. http://community.middlebury.edu/~colander/articles/what_economists_teach.pdf