Marcin Wolski explores the nonlinear profile of the modern world and assesses its relevance in monetary policy conduct and macroprudential supervision. In particular, he focuses on three different aspects of possible nonlinearities, i.e. as arising from heterogeneous and boundedly rational expectations, probability distribution irregularities and complex network structures in the globalised economy.
M. Wolski, Essays in Nonlineair Dynamics in Economics and Econometrics with Applications to Monetary Policy and Banking.
Prof. C.G.H. Diks
Prof. H. Dawid
Prof. C.H. Hommes
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