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Publications


Articles

Bottazzi, G., Dindo, P., 2014. Evolution and market behavior with endogenous investment rules. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 48, 121-146.

Bottazzi, G., Dindo, P., 2013. Globalizing knowledge: how technological openness affects output, spatial inequality, and welfare levels. Journal of Regional Science, 53, 631-655.

Bottazzi, G., Dindo, P., 2013. Selection in asset markets: the good, the bad, and the unknown. Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 23, 641-661.

Bottazzi, G., Dindo, P., 2013. Evolution and market behavior in economics and finance: introduction to the special issue. Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 23, 507-512.

Dindo, P., Tuinstra, J., 2011. A class of evolutionary models for participation games with negative feedback. Computational Economics 37, 267-300.

Anufriev, M., Dindo, P., 2010. Wealth-driven selection in a financial market with heterogeneous agents. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 73, 327-358.

Diks, C., Dindo, P., 2008. Informational differences and learning in an asset market with boundedly rational agent. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 32, 1432-1465.

Brock, W., Dindo, P., Hommes, C., 2006. Adaptive rational expectation with forward looking agents. International Journal of Economic Theory 2, 241-278.

Dindo, P., 2005. A tractable evolutionary model for the Minority Game with asymmetric payoffs. Physica A 355, 110-118.


Book Chapters

Bottazzi, G., Dindo, P., 2010. An evolutionary model of firms location with technological externalities. In Boschma, R.A., Martin, R. (Eds.), Handbook of Evolutionary Economic Geography, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham.

Anufriev, M., Dindo, P., 2006. Equilibrium return and agents' survival in a multiperiod asset market: analytic support of a simulation model. In Brun, C. (Eds.), Advances in artificial economics, Springer Verlag, Berlin.


PhD Dissertation


Dindo, P., 2007. Bounded Rationality and Heterogeneity in Economic Dynamic Models, Thela Thesis, Amsterdam.
Supervisors: Cars Hommes (CeNDEF, Univ. of Amsterdam) and Cees Diks (CeNDEF, Univ. of Amsterdam).
Click here for a pdf file of the whole thesis. Click here for a pdf of the Introduction.


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