Taught by Prof. Dr. Petra Ahrweiler (Mainz University; president of ESSA) and Dr. Corinna Elsenbroich (Glasgow University), the course “Policy Modelling” focuses on the substantive problems, theories, and related computational models in a number of core areas of policy modelling. Participants learn to bridge the gap between policy practice and formal models by applying complexity-sensitive computational methods (especially agent-based modelling) using Netlogo and Python.
The meeting of researchers from MAS engineering and the social/economic/organizational sciences is extensively recognized for its role in cross-fertilization, and it has undoubtedly been an important source of inspiration for the body of knowledge that has been produced in the MAS area. The […]
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