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mbribeiro's picturembribeiro said on 23 November 2019
  • Covers briefly the history of physics and economic thought from the epistemological viewpoint of contemporary physics, providing background materials for physicists and economists not familiar with econophysics
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mbribeiro's picturembribeiro said on 23 November 2019

Results show that from 1981 to 2009 the Goodwin dynamic variables u and v do cycle in a form bearing similarities to what the Goodwin model predicts, that is, closed cycles. However, our results show the absence of a single cycling center.

mbribeiro's picturembribeiro said on 23 November 2019

The results show that Brazil’s complementary cumulative income distribution can be linearized by the q-logarithm and fitted by using only two parameters. For Brazil q ranges from 1.19 to 1.54 and fluctuates with a period of approximately 3.5 years. Both fitted parameters also present a cycling behavior in terms of one another.

mbribeiro's picturembribeiro said on 23 November 2019

This work analyzes the periodic oscillations of the complementary cumulative income distribution through the alternative approach of allowing the Tsallis parameter to become complex.

mbribeiro's picturembribeiro said on 28 June 2013

Physica A

European Physical Journal B

[Blog entry]: Econophysics journals