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September 27, 2003

Computational Political Economy

Computational Political Economy is a gentle introduction to the field of computational modeling. At root, computational work springs from a desire to conduct formal, replicable investigations of political phenomena with clearly defined assumptions and hypotheses. It differs from more traditional formal investigations (e.g., non-cooperative game theory) due to a belief that assumptions such as complete information and unlimited computational power are unjustifiable in light of experimental and physiological research into human decision-making.

September 27, 2003 in Emerging Technologies | Permalink


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