We are happy to welcome in our team Dr. Federico Bianchi as two-year post-doc researcher from 1st July 2020. Dr. Bianchi will work in a project funded by the Minister of University and Research and entitled “One for all, all for one. Reputational mechanisms for aggression, revenge, and forgiveness in intergroup relationships (14ALL)” (PI Davide [...]
The BEHAVE Summer School on Agent-Based Modelling for Social Scientists 2020 will take place online. Registrations are open. Follow this link: http://behavelab.org/behave-summer-school/. The school includes two courses: an introduction and advanced training. Registration could be to one or both courses. The faculty includes: Federico Bianchi (GECS, University of Brescia, Italy) Ernesto Carrella (University of Oxford, [...]
A recent webinar on peer review and data sharing by Flaminio Squazzoni has been posted on YouTube. More detail here.
Our director, Flaminio Squazzoni presents a paper entitled "No evidence of any systematic bias against manuscripts by women in the peer review process of 145 scholarly journals" at the Behavioral Studies Colloquium, ETH, Zurich on 5 May 2020 (1.15PM). The presented paper can be downloaded here. Due to the current situation regarding the Corona virus [...]
BEHAVE at the MeMa – Methodology Matters Seminar on “Mechanisms and Black Boxes”, University of Milan, 17 January 2020
Flaminio Squazzoni, BEHAVE's director, will discuss on mechanisms and explanation with Andrew Bennett (Georgetown University) and Daniel Little (University of Michigan-Deaborn) at the MeMa - Methodology Matters Seminar on 17 January 2020 at the University of Milan. Chaired by Prof. Maurizio Ferrera, the workshop will begin at 1.30PM in Room A, at the NASP Graduate [...]
Dimitry Rtischev (Gakushuin University, Tokyo and University of Trento, Italy) will talk on “Dissipation of productivity gains through socioeconomic competition: Comparing inflationary consequences of wage hikes and income grants” in an SPS-BEHAVE Seminar on 3 March 2020
Dimitry Rtischev (Gakushuin University, Tokyo and University of Trento, Italy) will talk on "Dissipation of productivity gains through socioeconomic competition: Comparing inflationary consequences of wage hikes and income grants" in an SPS-BEHAVE Seminar on 3 March 2020, 12.30-14.30 at the Seminar Room of the Deparment of Social and Political Sciences, University of Milan. Discussant: Prof. [...]
Paul Ormerod will give an SPS-BEHAVE seminar on “Big data, machine learning and measuring economic welfare” on 4th February 2020!
Brilliant economist, entrepreneur and author, Paul Ormerod (Volterra partner and visiting professor at UCL) will give an SPS-BEHAVE seminar on "Big data, machine learning and measuring economic welfare" on 4th February 2020, 12.30-14.30 at the Seminar Room of the Deparment of Social and Political Sciences, University of Milan. Paul will present a paper co-authored with [...]
Tanzhe Tang (PhD student at TU Delft, NL) will visit BEHAVE from 29 October to 13 November 2019. Tanzhe studied at King’s College London, specialising in Non-equilibrium System, and now is working on agent-based models of opinion dynamics and social network with the team of BEHAVE lead by Caspar Chorus. Tanzhe will collaborate with Flaminio [...]
BEHAVE is proud to announce that the 2020 Social Simulation Conference will take place at the University of Milan on 14-18 September 2020. Supported by BEHAVE and hosted by the Department of Social and Political Sciences, SSC is the main annual event of ESSA-The European Social Simulation Association, the largest association connecting all scholars interested [...]