Thu, 30 Jan | The National Institute Of Economic and S

What Can Complexity Add to Macroeconomic Policy Making?

We hold a one-day conference to discuss complexity science in macroeconomics, together with the OECD's NAEC initiative.
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What Can Complexity Add to Macroeconomic Policy Making?

Time & Location

30 Jan 2020, 09:00
The National Institute Of Economic and S, 2 Dean Trench St, Westminster, London SW1P 3HE, UK

About the Event

We are holding a one-day conference to discuss complexity science in macroeconomics, being organised with the OECD’s New Approaches to Economic Challenges (NAEC) initiative. 

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The macroeconomy can be interpreted as a complex system where individuals interact to create aggregate outcomes which, in turn, change their actions or strategies in response. The aim of this one-day conference is to find out what complexity science can add to macroeconomic policy making beyond traditional macroeconomics. We announce details of our first annual ‘Complexity in Macroeconomics’ Prize. 

To register, please contact Richard Arnold on r.arnold@niesr.ac.uk

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