The Symposium aimed at analysing and solving the various problems of representation and analysis of decision making in economic systems starting from the level of the individual firm and ending up with the complexities of international policy coordination. The papers are grouped into subject areas such as game theory, control methods, international policy coordination and the applications of artificial intelligence and experts systems as a framework in economic modelling and control. The Symposium therefore provides a wide range of important information for those involved or interested in the planning of company and national economics.Selected Papers from the 6th Ifac Symposium, Edinburgh, Uk, 27-29 June 1989 N. Nicos M. Christodoulakis ... ignores the possibility that policymakers may try to alter their perceived credibility by following the ex ante time Inconsistent solution. ... REFERENCES Aoki, M. (1976), Optimal Control and System Theory in Dynamic Economic Analysis, North Holland, Amsterdam. ... aquot;Optimal feedback and feedforward stabilisation of exchange rates, money prices and output under rationalanbsp;...
|Title||:||Dynamic Modelling and Control of National Economies, 1989|
|Author||:||N. Nicos M. Christodoulakis|
|Publisher||:||Pergamon Press - 1990|