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Production networks and epidemic spreading: How to restart the UK economy?
We analyse the economics and epidemiology of different scenarios for a phased restart of the UK economy. Our economic model is designed to address the unique features of the COVID-19 pandemic. SocialExpand
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Residential income segregation: A behavioral model of the housing market
We represent the functioning of the housing market and study the relation between income segregation, income inequality and house prices by introducing a spatial Agent-Based Model (ABM). DifferentlyExpand
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The potential of big housing data: an application to the Italian real-estate market
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We present a new dataset of housing sales advertisements (ads) taken from Immobiliare.it, a popular online portal for real estate services in Italy. Expand
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Best reply structure and equilibrium convergence in generic games
We offer a new approach to understanding convergence to equilibrium in game theory, inspired by ecology and statistical mechanics. Game theory is widely used to model interacting biological andExpand
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A Taxonomy of Learning Dynamics in 2 × 2 Games
Learning would be a convincing method to achieve coordination on an equilibrium. But does learning converge, and to what? We answer this question in generic 2-player, 2-strategy games, usingExpand
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Home is where the ad is: online interest proxies housing demand
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In this paper we investigate if online interest can be used as a proxy of housing demand, a key yet so far mostly unobserved feature of housing markets. Expand
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Residential Income Segregation: A Behavioral Model of the Housing Market
We represent the functioning of the housing market and study the relation between income segregation, income inequality and house prices by introducing a spatial Agent-Based Model (ABM). DifferentlyExpand
Monte Carlo simulations of the Ising model on lattices and power law networks
The Ising model is a paradigmatic example of interactions in complex systems. Though it was initially conceived as a mathematical model for ferromagnetism, it has been used in socio-economic contextsExpand
Best-response dynamics, playing sequences, and convergence to equilibrium in random games
We show that the playing sequence–the order in which players update their actions–is a crucial determinant of whether the best-response dynamic converges to a Nash equilibrium. Specifically, weExpand
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