Pierluigi Contucci, Francesca Romiti

Will the noble (and sometimes snobbish) queen of sciences mathematics have a role in the future study of economics? Will the role it plays (if any) be as crucial as in the physical sciences? We argue that mathematics will very likely have a pivotal beneficial mutual exchange with economics, particularly through the study of statistical mechanical models of complex systems.

ERCIM News 78, pages 36-37, July 2009
Special theme: Mathematics for Finance and Economy
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Author = {Contucci, Pierluigi and Romiti, Francesca},
Issn = {0926-4981},
Journal = {ERCIM News},
Month = jul,
Note = {Special theme: Mathematics for Finance and Economy},
Pages = {36--37},
Title = {Mathematics for Economics: A Statistical Mechanics Perspective},
Url = {http://ercim-news.ercim.eu/content/view/592/825/},
Volume = 78,
Year = 2009}

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