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Financial Turbulence, Business Cycles and Intrinsic Time in an Artificial Economy

Abstract

The coevolving coupled dynamics of financial markets and real economies is addressed through an integrated model of an artificial economy in which a population of competing companies have their shares traded in a financial market dominated by value investors and arbitrageurs that evaluate the companies’ performance and adapt to market conditions. The coevolution between economy and financial market is operationalized through a quantum game that has by classical limit a coupled map lattice model with economic and financial chaotic dynamics. The connection between the business cycle, financial intrinsic time and scaling patterns of financial turbulence is addressed.