Self-Organized Criticality and Fluctuations in Economics

Abstract

Frequent and sizable fluctuations in aggregate economic activity can result from many small independent perturbations in different sectors of the economy. No exogenous cataclysmic force is needed to create large catastrophic events. This behavior is demonstrated within a "toy" model of a large interactive economy. The model self-organizes to a critical… (More)

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