The GeComplexity Conference programme will consist of contributed and invited sessions in the fields:

  1. Economic Geography modeling and multiregional New Economic Geography models.

  2. Institutions and markets, effects of economic policy instruments on regional inequalities, economic welfare and competitiveness.

  3. Social and industrial interactions, economic networks, spatial economic systems and individual location choices.

  4. Mathematical and computational methods and tools for the study of strategic interaction, heterogeneity, complexity and nonlinear dynamics.

Please find below an overview of the programme.


Programme of the Conference

COST Final-Conference Programme 2016-05-11 (pdf - 1.7Mb)


COST is supported by the EU Framework Programme Horizon 2020

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