Complexity research draws on complexity in various disciplines. This Handbook provides a comprehensive and current overview of applications of complexity theory in ecomics. The 15 chapters, written by leading figures in the field, cover such broad topic areas as conceptual issues, microecomic market dynamics, aggregation and macroecomics issues, ecophysics and financial markets, international ecomic dynamics, evolutionary and ecological-environmental ecomics, and broader historical perspectives on ecomic complexity. This Handbook presents perspectives at a broad and high level of current cutting edge research in complexity, and will be of great interest to academics concerned with all aspects of ecomics and in particular ecomic theory, macroecomics and evolutionary ecomics.
Edited by J. Barkley Rosser Jr., Professor of Economics and Kirby L. Cramer, Jr. Professor of Business Administration, James Madison University, US