Scaling behaviour in the dynamics of an economic index

@article{Mantegna1995ScalingBI,
  title={Scaling behaviour in the dynamics of an economic index},
  author={R. Mantegna and H. Stanley},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1995},
  volume={376},
  pages={46-49}
}
  • R. Mantegna, H. Stanley
  • Published 1995
  • Mathematics
  • Nature
  • THE large-scale dynamical properties of some physical systems depend on the dynamical evolution of a large number of nonlinearly coupled subsystems. Examples include systems that exhibit self-organized criticality1 and turbulence2,3. Such systems tend to exhibit spatial and temporal scaling behaviour–power–law behaviour of a particular observable. Scaling is found in a wide range of systems, from geophysical4 to biological5. Here we explore the possibility that scaling phenomena occur in… CONTINUE READING