José A. Noguera

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Models of social influence have explored the dynamics of social contagion, imitation, and diffusion of different types of traits, opinions, and conducts. However, few behavioral data indicating social influence dynamics have been obtained from direct observation in "natural" social contexts. The present research provides that kind of evidence in the case of(More)
This paper is just a concept presentation to be discussed at the ECMS12, based on preliminary work of a research project funded by the Spanish Institute for Fiscal Studies (Ministry of Economy). This project aims to build an agent-based model (ABM) for the simulation of tax compliance and tax evasion behaviour, and to calibrate it empirically in order to(More)
In airways, a proliferative effect is played directly by cholinergic agonists through nicotinic and muscarinic receptors activation. How tumors respond to aberrantly activated cholinergic signalling is a key question in smoking-related cancer. This research was addressed to explore a possible link of cholinergic signalling changes with cancer biology.(More)
Different models of social influence have explored the dynamics of social contagion, imitation, and diffusion of different types of traits, opinions , and conducts. However, few behavioral data indicating social influence dynamics have been obtained from direct observation in 'natural' social contexts. The present research provides that kind of evidence in(More)
Received (received date) Revised (revised date) We present a new agent-based model for the simulation of tax compliance and tax evasion behaviour (SIMULFIS). The main novelties of the model are the introduction of a 'behavioural filter approach' to model tax decisions, the combination of a set of different mechanisms to produce tax compliance (namely(More)
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