El enfoque monetario a la Schumpeter: una aplicación a la modelación multiagentes

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Rémi Stellian
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1143-3376 Jenny Paola Danna-Buitrago
https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0241-9481

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Este trabajo es una reflexión sobre la construcción de modelos multi-agentes únicamente a partir de fenómenos monetarios, conforme al enfoque monetario à la Schumpeter en su forma ideal. Se elaboran principios generales para formalizar una población de agentes que interactúan en forma descentralizada, utilizando solamente fenómenos monetarios; y después se implementan estos principios. El modelo resultante es un sistema dinámico no determinístico, cuyas simulaciones numéricas reproducen hechos estilizados en macroeconomía. El modelo se puede extender para ampliar su poder descriptivo y usarlo para diversas investigaciones económicas.

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