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Journal Articles:

  1. Playfulness, Ideology and the Technology of Foolishness in the Creation of a Novel Market Niche for Distributed Control: The case of iPLON. Journal of Organizational Design, 5 (6) 2016. abstract
  2. Trajectories in Geographical Space out of Communication in Acquaintance Space: An agent-based model of a textile industrial district. Papers in Regional Science, 93 (S1) 2014: S179-S201. abstract
  3. Agent-Based Simulation Models in Organization Science. Organizational Research Methods, 16 (2) 2013: 227-242. abstract
  4. Two Measures of Organizational Flexibility. Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 22 (5) 2012: 957-979. abstract
  5. Either, Or: Exploration of an Emerging Decision Theory. IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics C, 42 (6) 2012: 854-864. abstract
  6. Passing the Buck in the Garbage Can Model of Organizational Choice (with Alessandro Lomi). Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory, 16 (2) 2010: 113-143. abstract
  7. A Model of Vacancy Chains as a Mechanism for Resource Allocation . Journal of Mathematical Sociology, 34 (1) 2010: 52-75. abstract
  8. Credit Rationing with Symmetric Information . Economie Appliquée, 61 (3) 2009: 5-34. abstract
  9. Evidence Theory as a Procedure for Handling Novel Events . Metroeconomica, 60 (2) 2009: 283-301. abstract
  10. The Garbage Can Model of Organizational Choice: An Agent-Based Reconstruction (with Alessandro Lomi). Simulation Modelling Practice and Theory, 16 (2) 2008: 192-217. abstract
  11. An Agent-Based Representation of the Garbage Can Model of Organizational Choice (with Alessandro Lomi). Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, 11 (1) 2008. abstract
  12. A Connectionist Model of the Organizational Learning Curve. Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory, 13 (1) 2007: 1-16. abstract
  13. The Organizational Learning Curve. European Journal of Operational Research, 177 (3) 2007: 1375-1384. abstract
  14. The Production Function. Physica A, 374 (2) 2007: 707-714. abstract
  15. Recognising Investment Opportunities at the Onset of Recoveries. Research in Economics, 60 (2) 2006: 69-84. abstract
  16. Will Industrial Districts Exploit B2B? A local experience and a general assessment. NetNomics, 6 (3) 2004: 221-242. abstract
  17. A Model of Primary and Secondary Waves in Investment Cycles. Computational Economics, 24 (4) 2004: 357-381. abstract
  18. A Cognitive Interpretation of Organizational Complexity (with Bauke Visser). Emergence: Complexity and Organization, 6 (1-2) 2004: 11-23. abstract
  19. Evidence Theory: A Mathematical Framework for Unpredictable Hypotheses. Metroeconomica, 55 (4) 2004: 345-366. abstract
  20. The Investment Acceleration Principle Revisited by means of a Neural Network. Neural Computing and Applications, 13 (1) 2004: 16-23. abstract
  21. A Mathematical Theory of Evidence for G.L.S. Shackle. Mind and Society, 2 (1) 2001: 77-98. abstract
  22. Information Structure and Behaviour of a Textile Industrial District. Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, 4 (4) 2001. abstract
  23. Von Kries and the Other "German Logicians": Non-numerical probabilities before Keynes. Economics and Philosophy, 17 (2) 2001: 245-273. abstract
  24. Business Cycle Dynamics in a Neural Net Framework (with Bernd Süßmuth). International Journal of Computer Research, 10 (2) 2001: 201-222. abstract
  25. A Subjective Measure of Complexity. Advances in Complex Systems, 2 (4) 1999: 349-370. abstract
  26. John Maynard Keynes and Johannes von Kries. History of Economic Ideas, 6 (3) 1998: 51-80. abstract
  27. A Concept of Complexity for the Social Sciences. Revue Internationale de Systémique, 12 (3) 1998: 285-312. abstract


Book Chapters:

  1. Emergent Organizations. In Davide Secchi and Martin Neumann (eds.), Agent-Based Simulation of Organizational Behavior, Chapter II, pp. 19-41. Berlin-Heidelberg, Springer Verlag 2016. abstract
  2. Utility, Games, and Narratives. In Bruce Edmonds and Ruth Meyer (eds.), Simulating Social Complexity: A Handbook, Series: Understanding Complex Systems, Chapter XIII, pp. 293-334. Berlin-Heidelberg, Springer Verlag 2013. abstract
  3. Garbage Can Ecologies: An Agent-Based Exploration. In Alessandro Lomi and J. Richard Harrison (eds.), The Garbage Can Model of Organizational Choice: Looking Forward at Forty, Research in the Sociology of Organizations, Volume XXXVI, Chapter VI, pp. 141-164. Bingley, Emerald Group Publishing 2012. abstract
  4. From Men and Machines to the Organizational Learning Curve. In Mohamad Y. Jaber (ed.), Learning Curves: Theory, Models, and Applications, Chapter IV, pp. 57-70. Boca Raton, CRC Press 2011. abstract
  5. Rivalry and Learning Among Clustered and Isolated Firms (with Cristina Boari and Vincenza Odorici). In Edoardo Mollona (ed.), Computational Analysis of Firms' Organization and Strategic Behaviour, Routledge Series in Organizational Behaviour and Strategy, Volume VI, Chapter VII, pp. 171-192. New York, Routledge 2010. abstract
  6. Agent-Based Models of Industrial Clusters and Districts. In Albert Tavidze (ed.), Progress in Economics Research, Vol. IX, Chapter VIII, pp. 125-142. New York, Nova Science Publishers 2006. abstract
  7. Analogies, Conventions and Expert Systems in Medicine: Some insights from a XIX century physiologist. In Ray Paton and Laura McNamara (eds.), Multidisciplinary Approaches to Theory in Medicine, Studies in Multidisciplinarity, Volume III, Chapter VIII, pp. 131-145. Amsterdam, Elsevier 2006. abstract
  8. The Small World of Business Relationships. In Jack Birner and Pierre Garrouste (eds.), Markets, Information and Communication: Austrian perspectives on the Internet economy, Chapter VIII, pp. 189-198. London, Routledge 2004. abstract
  9. No Faith, No Conversion: The evolution of Keynes's ideas on uncertainty under the influence of Johannes von Kries. In Jochen Runde and Sohei Mizuhara (eds.), Perspectives on the Philosophy of Keynes's Economics: Probability, Uncertainty and Convention, Chapter X, London, Routledge 2003. abstract


Book Reviews

  1. Romulus-Catalin Damaceanu: "Agent-Based Computational Economics Using NetLogo". Sharjah, Bentham Books 2013. Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 23 (3) 2013: 689-692. abstract
  2. George J. Klir: "Uncertainty and Information: Foundations of Generalized Information Theory". Hoboken (NJ), John Wiley and Sons 2006. Fuzzy Economic Review, 11 (2) 2006: 89-93. abstract





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