Econophysics research studies, which apply methods developed by physicists to solve problems in economics, enable you to deepen your understanding of what financial systems are and how they operate. Articles in this book identify and explain the statistical behavior of the underlying networks in trading, banking, and stock markets as well as other financial systems. Authors also debate the latest issues arising from these econophysics studies.Klappentext
Econophysicists have recently been quite successful in modelling and analysing various financial systems like trading, banking, stock and other markets. The statistical behaviour of the underlying networks in these systems have also been identified and characterised recently.
This book reviews the current econophysics researches in the structure and functioning of these complex financial network systems. Leading researchers in the respective fields will report on their recent researches and review on the contemporary developments. The book will also include the comments and debates on the latest issues arising out of these.Inhalt
John Angle (Inequality Process Institute, Washington) The Macro Model of the Inequality Process Explains a Quirky Aspect of U.S. Wage Incomes, 1961-2003: The Surge in Wage Income Nouveaux Riches Giulio Bottazzi (Univ. Pisa, Pisa) Title not yet available Bikas K. Chakrabarti (Saha Inst. Nuclear Physics, Kolkata) Kinetic models of wealth distribution Anirban Chakraborti (Banaras Hindu Univ, Varanasi) Generalized statistical models of economy markets Guilia De Massi (Univ. Polit. De Marche, Ancona) Debt-credit economic networks of banks and firms: the Italian case Zengru Di (Beijing Normal Univ., Beijing) Weighted Network for Scientific Collaboration of Econophysicists: Statistics and Evolution Mauro Gallegati (Univ. Polit. De Marche, Ancona) Title not yet available Janusz Holyst (Warsaw Univ. Tech., Warsaw) Title not yet available Sanjay Jain (Delhi Univ., Delhi) Autocatalytic networks and economic growth: A mathematical model Neil F. Johnson (Oxford Univ, Oxford) Inferring the Composition of a Trader Population in a Financial Market Subhrangshu Sekhar Manna (S N Bose Center for Basic Sciences, Kolkata) Title not available Jurgen Mimkes (Univ. Paderborn, Paderborn) Econophysics: Calculus vs. Economic Standard Models Manipushpak Mitra (Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata) Preferences Lower Bound in the queing model Prashanta K Panigrahi (Physical Research Laboratory, Ahmedabad) Variations in Financial Time Series: Modelling through Wavelets and Genetic Programming Peter Richmond (Trinity College, Dublin) Empirical studies and models of income distributions in society Massimo Salzano (Univ. Salerno, Salerno) Title not yet available M. S. Santhanam (Physical Research Laboratory, Ahmedabad) Estimation of delay in information flow among stocks Abhirup Sarkar (Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata) Knowledge Sharing and R & D Investment Aki-Hiro Sato (Univ. Kyoto, Kyoto) Dynamical structure of behavioral similarities of the market participants in the foreign exchange market Sitabhra Sinha (Inst. Mathematical Sciences, Chennai) Collective Behavior in the Indian Stock Market: Cross-correlation structure of stock movement in NSE Wataru Souma (ATR Networks, Kyoto) Networks of firms and a ridge in the production space