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Agent-Based Models are useful to describe and understand social, economic and spatial systems' dynamics. But, beside the facilities which this methodology offers, evaluation and comparison of simulation models are sometimes problematic. A rigorous conceptual frame needs to be developed. This is in order to ensure the coherence in the chain linking at the(More)
  • Pierre Livet
  • 2010
Experimental psychology has shown differences between predictions of theory of decision and human choices. Emotions like regret can partly explain these differences. Neuroimagery used in combination with behavioural economics (neuroeconomics) has been used in order to try to disentangle the different emotional and rational factors (regret, rejoicing,(More)
Judgments about distribution follow various rationales depending on the specific issues. The fairness of the overall distribution and of the corresponding general income taxes and transfers (beyond the specific relief of misery) appears to be directly concerned with people's means, possibilities, and liberties. Concepts of equal liberty imply a specific(More)
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