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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 Berkeley Haas & EUI Department of Law