This seminar is organised by the Oxford Martin Programme on Complexity, The Institute for New Economic Thinking at the Oxford Martin School and CABdYN
Speaker: Dr Daniel Fricke, James Martin fellow, INET@Oxford
Summary: This talk gives an overview of Daniel's existing and ongoing research on coping with the complexity of financial markets. In part one; he will present a detailed agent-based model of financial market trading that is used for analyzing the effects of a financial transaction tax. Part two contains empirica he is working on the structure and dynamics of interbank networks. In order to foster collaborative work, he will put a particular focus on highlighting promising avenues of future research.
Biography: Daniel holds a PhD in economics, and is interested in the application of methods from complex system analysis to economic contexts. His research focuses on the structure, dynamics and regulation of financial markets, aiming at providing policymakers with more solid guidelines in the future.
Sandwiches and drinks will be provided