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Annual Applied Complexity Network and Board of Trustees Symposium: New Complexity Economics Agenda

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November 8 - 9, 2019
Santa Fe Institute and Inn at Loretto

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Friday, November 8, 2019


Agent-based Models for Complexity Economics -Tutorial
Santa Fe Institute - Cowan Campus

Please note that attendance at the tutorial is restricted to ACtioN members and Trustees of Santa Fe Institute.


9:00 am Tutorial: Agent-based Models for Complexity Economics

William Rand, North Carolina State University

Anamaria Berea, University of Central Florida and Blue Marble Space Institute of Science

Part 1 Agent-based Modeling for Understanding Complexity
Part 2 Hands on Agent-based Modeling Sandbox
Part 3 Data-driven Models and Calibration - Bringing Agent-based Models to the Real World
12:00 pm Adjourn


General Session
Inn at Loretto - Zuni Ballroom


12:00 pm Lunch (Tesuque Room) and Registration
1:00 pm Introduction to New Complexity Economics

David Krakauer, Santa Fe Institute

1:10 pm How Complexity Economics Can Help the World

J. Doyne Farmer, Oxford/INET and Santa Fe Institute

1:50 pm Consumers vs Citizens: Social Inequality and Democracy in a Big Data World

Allison Stanger, Harvard University and Santa Fe Institute

2:30 pm Break
3:00 pm Ergodicity Economics: A Trajectory

Ole Peters, London Mathematical Laboratory and Santa Fe Institute

3:40 pm Formal Markets and Informal Networks

Matthew O. Jackson, Stanford University and Santa Fe Institute

4:20 pm C. Mónica Capra, Claremont Graduate University
5:00 pm Cocktails and Dinner Reception at the Inn at Loretto
7:00 pm Keynote -- Complexity Economics: Why Does Economics Need This Different Approach?

W. Brian Arthur, PARC and Santa Fe Institute

8:00 pm Adjourn

Saturday, November 9, 2019


General Session
Inn at Loretto - Zuni Ballroom


This day will be spent discussing and debating how complexity science can help guide the future of economics. Topics to include:


8:00 am Breakfast (Tesuque Room) and Registration
9:00 am Introduction to Day 2

David Krakauer, Santa Fe Institute, and William Tracy, Santa Fe Institute

9:15 am Computation and Complex Economies

Robert Axtell, George Mason University and Santa Fe Institute, Joshua Epstein, New York University and Santa Fe Institute, Jessica Flack, Santa Fe Institute, Blake LeBaron, Brandeis University, John Miller, Carnegie Mellon University and Santa Fe Institute, and Melanie Mitchell, Portland State University and Santa Fe Institute

10:30 am Break
10:45 am Physics and Economic Systems

J. Doyne Farmer, Oxford/INET and Santa Fe Institute, Ole Peters, London Mathematical Laboratory and Santa Fe Institute, Maria del Rio-Chanona, Oxford University, Cosma Shalizi, Carnegie Mellon University and Santa Fe Institute, and David Wolpert, Santa Fe Institute

11:45 am Lunch (Tesuque Room)
1:00 pm The Economic Organism

C. Mónica Capra, Claremont Graduate University, Scott Page, University of Michigan and Santa Fe Institute, Rajiv Sethi, Columbia University and Santa Fe Institute, and Geoffrey West, Santa Fe Institute

2:00 pm Break
2:15 pm Economic Architectures

W. Brian Arthur, PARC and Santa Fe Institute, Eric Beinhocker, Oxford/INET and Santa Fe Institute, Matthew O. Jackson, Stanford University and Santa Fe Institute, Walter W. Powell, Stanford University and Santa Fe Institute, and Allison Stanger, Harvard University and Santa Fe Institute

3:15 pm Break
3:30 pm From Theory to Application

Katherine Collins, Putnam Investments and Santa Fe Institute, Michael Mauboussin, BlueMountain Capital Management and Santa Fe Institute, Bill Miller, Miller Value Partners and Santa Fe Institute, and Dario Villani, Duality Group

Moderator: Paul Davies, The Wall Street Journal

5:00 pm Adjourn
5:30 pm Reception at Miller Campus


Sunday, November 10, 2019 - Board of Trustees Only


Santa Fe Institute Board of Trustees Meeting
Santa Fe Institute - Cowan Campus


7:30 am Breakfast
8:30 am Meeting
12:00 pm Adjourn