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Informationen zum Autor Bikas K. Chakrabarti is a Senior Professor of Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics at the Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics and a visiting Professor of Economics at the Indian Statistical Institute. He has research interests in statistical physics! condensed matter physics! computational physics and econophysics. Anirban Chakraborti is an Associate Professor at the Quantitative Finance Group! École Centrale Paris. He has research interests in statistical physics! econophysics and quantum physics. Satya R. Chakravarty is a Professor in the Economic Research Unit of the Indian Statistical Institute! Kolkata. His main areas of research interest are welfare economics! public economics! mathematical finance! industrial organization and game theory. Arnab Chatterjee is a postdoctoral researcher at Aalto University! Finland. He has research interests in statistical physics and its application to condensed matter and social sciences. Klappentext The first monograph in econophysics focussed on the analyses and modelling of these distributions! ideal for physicists and economists. Zusammenfassung Introducing the elegant and intriguing kinetic exchange models that physicists have developed to tackle the distribution of wealth and income! this book is ideal for physicists and economists. It is written in simple! lucid language! making it suitable for researchers new to this field as well as specialized readers. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1. Introduction; 2. Income and wealth distribution data for different countries; 3. Major socio-economic modellings; 4. Market exchanges and scattering process; 5. Analytic structure of the kinetic exchange market models; 6. Microeconomic foundation of the kinetic exchange models; 7. Dynamics: generation of income! inequality and development; 8. Outlook; References; Index.**Autorentext**

Bikas K. Chakrabarti is a Senior Professor of Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics at the Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics and a visiting Professor of Economics at the Indian Statistical Institute. He has research interests in statistical physics, condensed matter physics, computational physics and econophysics.

Anirban Chakraborti is an Associate Professor at the Quantitative Finance Group, École Centrale Paris. He has research interests in statistical physics, econophysics and quantum physics.

Satya R. Chakravarty is a Professor in the Economic Research Unit of the Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata. His main areas of research interest are welfare economics, public economics, mathematical finance, industrial organization and game theory.

Arnab Chatterjee is a postdoctoral researcher at Aalto University, Finland. He has research interests in statistical physics and its application to condensed matter and social sciences.**Klappentext**

The first monograph in econophysics focussed on the analyses and modelling of these distributions, ideal for physicists and economists.

Introducing the elegant and intriguing kinetic exchange models that physicists have developed to tackle the distribution of wealth and income, this book is ideal for physicists and economists. It is written in simple, lucid language, making it suitable for researchers new to this field as well as specialized readers.

1. Introduction; 2. Income and wealth distribution data for different countries; 3. Major socio-economic modellings; 4. Market exchanges and scattering process; 5. Analytic structure of the kinetic exchange market models; 6. Microeconomic foundation of the kinetic exchange models; 7. Dynamics: generation of income, inequality and development; 8. Outlook; References; Index.

- Titel
- Econophysics of Income and Wealth Distributions

- Autor

- EAN
- 9781107013445

- ISBN
- 978-1-107-01344-5

- Format
- Fester Einband

- Herausgeber
- Cambridge

- Genre
- Volkswirtschaft

- Anzahl Seiten
- 222

- Gewicht
- 590g

- Größe
- H249mm x B178mm x T15mm

- Jahr
- 2013

- Untertitel
- Englisch