J. Doyne Farmer
Doyne Farmer Co-Director, Oxford Martin Programme on Complexity SFI: Farmer-to-Oxford. The complexity economics program at INET@Oxford is a collaboration announced in 2012 between the James Martin School for the 21st Century at Oxford University and the Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET). The Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET) was created to broaden and accelerate the development of new economic thinking that can lead to solutions for the great challenges of the 21st century.
- About 300 scholars, students, journalists, and policy makers convene in the eye of the European economic hurricane to reconsider conventional economic thinking. The challenges posed by inequality, unemployment, climate change, and global financial disarray call for new economic thinking that is open, credible, and relevant in the current world; that offers vision amid uncertainty, and that fosters cooperation where there is fragmentation.
April 8-11, 2010 Inaugural Conference at King’s College Cambridge: The Economic Crisis and the Crisis in Economics
- Yanis Varoufakis: The Global Minotaur 1/4
- Yanis Varoufakis: Bankruptocracy 2/4
- Yanis Varoufakis: The Two Faces of the Crisis 3/4
The Virtues and Vices of equilibrium and the future of financial economics J. Doyne Farmer and John Geanakoplos. Essays and Commentaries. Complexity 14(3):11-38. Santa Fe Institute Working Paper 08-03-014, Santa Fe, NM, 2008. PDF
Nature p129 doi:10.1038/421129a Econophysics: Master curve for price-impact function Fabrizio Lillo, J. Doyne Farmer and Rosario N. Mantegna
- "Generative Model for Feedback Networks"in Physical Review E], 016119 (2006, Douglas R. White, Nataša Kejžar, Constantino Tsallis, J. Doyne Farmer, Scott D. White.
George Martino. The Economic Crisis and the Crisis in Economics. Chapter 2 in Martha Starr, ed., Consequences of Economic Downturn: Beyond the Usual Economics.