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Software-Agent Designs in Economics: An Interdisciplinary [Research Frontier]

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Shu-Heng Chen ; Nat. Chengchi Univ., Chengchi

One of the most fascinating and promising research areas in economics is the integration of the following three fields of economics: experimental economics, computational economics and neuroeconomics. Due to their methodologically interdisciplinary nature, the development of each of the three should interest computer scientists and engineering people. The relationship among experimental economics, agent-based computational economics and neuroeconomics is, in essence, a relationship between human agents and software agents. Software agents can be regarded as the effective abstraction or model of human agents "which we learn from experimental economics or neural economics.

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Computational Intelligence Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:3 ,  Issue: 4 )