Mathematical Economics Seminar, Fall 2005

Time: Wed 2:30, Room: LOV 201

Registration information: reference no. 12800, MAT6939, sec 7.

The purpose of this seminar is to foster collaboration between economists and mathematicians by discussing mathematical stumbling blocks and the surrounding economic issues in current economic research. Initiating faculty members include Professors Beaumont and Schlagenhauf (Economics) and Professors Kercheval and Kopriva (Mathematics).

All interested faculty and students are invited to attend; graduate students are encouraged to register for the course (1 unit, S/U).



Scheduled Talks:

Oct 5:
Don Schlagenhauf: Modeling Heterogeneous Agent Economies with a Focus on the Housing Decision: Results and Computational Issues

Download Paper (pdf)


Oct 12:
Don Schlagenhauf: Modeling Heterogeneous Agent Economies with a Focus on the Housing Decision: Results and Computational Issues, II



Oct 19:
Don Schlagenhauf: Modeling Heterogeneous Agent Economies with a Focus on the Housing Decision: Results and Computational Issues, III

Download fortran code: olgameoba.f, olgbroyden.f, minim.f


Oct 26:
Carlos Garriga and Don Schlagenhauf: Modeling the Housing Decision, IV: problem discussion



Nov 2:
No meeting.



Nov 9:
Paul Beaumont: Issues in Agent Based Learning Models for Asset Pricing



Nov 16:
Paul Beaumont: Issues in Agent Based Learning Models for Asset Pricing, II



Nov 23:
Paul Beaumont: Issues in Agent Based Learning Models for Asset Pricing, III