Nicolaas J. Vriend
Nicolaas J. Vriend
School of Economics and Finance, Queen Mary University of London
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An illustration of the essential difference between individual and social learning, and its consequences for computational analyses
NJ Vriend
Journal of economic dynamics and control 24 (1), 1-19, 2000
3602000
Evolving market structure: An ACE model of price dispersion and loyalty
AP Kirman, NJ Vriend
Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 25 (3-4), 459-502, 2001
3342001
Schelling's spatial proximity model of segregation revisited
R Pancs, NJ Vriend
Journal of Public Economics 91 (1), 1-24, 2007
3032007
Rational behavior and economic theory
NJ Vriend
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 29 (2), 263-285, 1996
2531996
Self-organization of markets: An example of a computational approach
NJ Vriend
Computational Economics 8 (3), 205-231, 1995
1801995
Was Hayek an ace?
NJ Vriend
Southern Economic Journal, 811-840, 2002
1672002
Imitation of successful behaviour in cournot markets*
A Bosch‐Domènech, NJ Vriend
The Economic Journal 113 (487), 495-524, 2003
1052003
Segregation in networks
G Fagiolo, M Valente, NJ Vriend
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 64 (3-4), 316-336, 2007
932007
Is the Study of Complex Adaptive Systems Going to Solve the Mystery of Adam Smith's "Invisible Hand"?
S Kochugovindan, NJ Vriend
Independent Review 3, 53-66, 1998
701998
Learning to be loyal. A study of the Marseille fish market
AP Kirman, NJ Vriend
Interaction and Market Structure. Essays on Heterogeneity in Economics, 33-56, 2000
682000
ACE models of endogenous interactions
NJ Vriend
Handbook of Computational Economics, Volume 2: Agent-Based Computational …, 2006
662006
Market-based call routing in telecommunications networks using adaptive pricing and real bidding
MA Gibney, NR Jennings, NJ Vriend, JM Griffiths
Intelligent Agents for Telecommunications Applications. Third International …, 1999
641999
On smiles, winks and handshakes as coordination devices
P Manzini, A Sadrieh, NJ Vriend
The Economic Journal 119 (537), 826-854, 2009
592009
On Smiles, Winks, and Handshakes as Coordination Devices
P Manzini, A Sadrieh, NJ Vriend
Working Paper versions, 2002
59*2002
The East End, the West End, and King's Cross: On Clustering in the Four‐Player Hotelling Game
S Huck, W Müller, NJ Vriend
Economic Inquiry 40 (2), 231-240, 2002
562002
On the behavior of proposers in ultimatum games
T Brenner, NJ Vriend
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 61 (4), 617-631, 2006
522006
An experimental study of adaptive behavior in an oligopolistic market game
R Nagel, NJ Vriend
Economic Evolution, Learning, and Complexity, 33-71, 2002
412002
An Experimental Study of Adaptive Behavior in an Oligopolistic Market Game
R Nagel, NJ Vriend
Journal of Evolutionary Economics 9 (1), 27-65, 1999
411999
Self-Organized markets in a decentralized economy
NJ Vriend
Santa Fe Institute Working Papers, 1994
401994
Young Mediterraneans in the Dutch labour market: A comparative analysis of allocation and earnings
J Hartog, N Vriend
Oxford Economic Papers 42 (2), 379-401, 1990
391990
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