Network Economics and Complex Systems Lab
studies network and complexity economics, innovation ecosystems, and ICT economics and policy. We investigates the fitness of network science combined with econometric methods like social network analysis, system dynamics, agent-based model with the tasks in the economy. We also analyzes the mechanism behind market dynamics such as the direct interdependence among economic agents, irrational behaviors, and the non-reductive phenomena between micro and macro economies. With the motto "we devote ourselves to do works with all hearts and the opportunities come to us by chance" we are faithful to both academic and everyday life.
Network & Complexity Economics
- Interdependent Dynamics, Systemic Risk, Agent-Based Model
- Innovation Network Analysis, Endogenous Innovation, Clustering & Spatial Pattern
ICT Economics & Policy
- Industral Organization, Platform Business, Regulatory Policy
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