In recent years, the application of simulation as a research method in business and economics has gained attraction. Simulation appears to be a powerful method to examine complex and emergent phenomena that incorporate a multitude of interrelated issues. Since manifold interacting issues lead to intractable dimensions in analytical modeling and are particularly difficult to control in empirical research, simulation offers the potential to overcome the weaknesses of these research methods. We encourage contributions that reflect the application of simulation methodology to research questions in business and economics.
Stream: Agent-based simulation in business and economics (EURO2019)
Stream on “Agent-based simulation in business and economics”
The Department of Management Control and Strategic Management organizes a Stram on “Agent-based simulation in business and economics” at the 30th European Conference on Operational Research (EURO2019). The conference will take place in Dublin/Ireland from June 23-26, 2019.
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