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Being an Arthurian

DCI co-Founder Thibault Schrepel has a new working paper, “Being an Arthurian: Complexity Economics, Law, and Science”.

Abstract: W. Brian Arthur is the father of complexity economics. He is also known for his work on the nature of technology, his experiments with agent-based modeling, and his entrepreneurial approach to science. This article seeks to explore the reasons why a scholar might identify as an “Arthurian,” with the aspiration of encouraging others to embrace Arthur’s research interests and emulate his approach to science.

Dynamic Competition Initiative

Supported by UCBerkeley, EUI, and VU Amsterdam

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