Agent-Based Models of Stock Exchange: Analysis via Computational Simulation

  • Lyudmila G. EgorovaEmail author
Part of the Springer Optimization and Its Applications book series (SOIA, volume 100)


We introduce simulation models of stock exchange to explore which traders are successful and how their strategies influence to their wealth and probability of bankruptcy.


Economic modeling Agent systems Simulation 

JEL Classification

C63 G17 



This study was undertaken in the framework of the Programme of Fundamental Studies of the Higher School of Economics in 2013. The authors express sincere gratitude to the International Laboratory of Decision Choice and Analysis (Egorova L., Penikas H.) and Laboratory of Algorithms and Technologies for Network Analysis (Egorova L.) for financial support.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.National Research University Higher School of Economics, International Laboratory of Decision Choice and Analysis, Laboratory of Algorithms and Technologies for Network AnalysisMoscowRussia

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