Hamiltonian modelling of macro-economic urban dynamics

@article{Monechi2020HamiltonianMO,
  title={Hamiltonian modelling of macro-economic urban dynamics},
  author={Bernardo Monechi and Miguel Ib{\'a}{\~n}ez-Berganza and Vittorio Loreto},
  journal={Royal Society Open Science},
  year={2020},
  volume={7}
}
The rapid urbanization makes the understanding of the evolution of urban environments of utmost importance to steer societies towards better futures. Many studies have focused on the emerging properties of cities, leading to the discovery of scaling laws mirroring the dependence of socio-economic indicators on city sizes. However, few efforts have been devoted to the modelling of the dynamical evolution of cities, as reflected through the mutual influence of socio-economic variables. Here, we… 

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