Nicolaas J. Vriend

  Some Papers  


  1. Hanaki, N., Tanimura, E., & Vriend, N.J. (2016). The Principle of Minimum Differentiation Revisited: Return of the Median Voter. Queen Mary University of London, School of Economics and Finance, Working Paper No. 792. [Also appeared as GREDEG Working Papers Series No. 2016-07; and as Documents de travail du Centre d'Economie de la Sorbonne 2016.37].

  2. Daskalova, V., & Vriend, N.J. (2014). Categorization and Coordination. Queen Mary University of London, School of Economics and Finance, Working Paper No. 719. [Also appeared as Cambridge-INET Working Paper Series No. 2014/11].

  3. Drouvelis, M., Saporiti, A., & Vriend, N.J. (2014). Political Motivations and Electoral Competition: Equilibrium Analysis and Experimental Evidence. Games and Economic Behavior, 83, January, 86-115.

  4. Bosch-Domènech, A., & Vriend, N.J. (2013). On the Role of Non-equilibrium Focal Points as Coordination Devices. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 94, 52-67.

  5. Marks, R.E., & Vriend, N.J. (2012). The Special Issue: Agent-based Computational Economics - Overview. The Knowledge Engineering Review, 27 (2), 115-122.

  6. Manzini, P., Sadrieh, A., & Vriend, N.J. (2009). On Smiles, Winks, and Handshakes as Coordination Devices. Economic Journal, 119, April, 826-854.

  7. Fagiolo, G., Valente, M., & Vriend, N.J. (2009). Dynamic Models of Segregation in Small-World Networks. In: A. Naimzada, S.Stefani & A. Torriero (Eds.), Networks, Topology and Dynamics. Theory and Applications to Economics and Social Systems (Lecure Notes in Economic and Mathematical Systems 613). (pp. 111-126). Berlin: Springer.

  8. Bosch-Domènech, A., & Vriend, N.J. (2008). The Classical Experiments on Cournot Oligopoly. In C.R. Plott & V.L. Smith (Eds.), Handbook of Experimental Economics Results, Volume 1. (pp. 146-152). Amsterdam: North-Holland.

  9. Fagiolo, G., Valente, M., & Vriend, N.J. (2007). Segregation in Networks. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 64, 316-336.

  10. Pancs, R., & Vriend, N.J. (2007). Schelling's Spatial Proximity Model of Segregation Revisited. Journal of Public Economics, 91, 1-24.

  11. Brenner, T., & Vriend, N.J. (2006). On the Behavior of Proposers in Ultimatum Games. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 61, 617-631.

  12. Vriend, N.J. (2006). ACE Models of Endogenous Interactions. In L. Tesfatsion & K.J. Judd (Eds.), Handbook of Computational Economics, Volume 2: Agent-Based Computational Economics. (pp. 1047-1079). Amsterdam: Elsevier.

  13. Vriend, N.J. (2005). Computing in Economics and Finance. Guest Editorial (Special Conference Issue based on papers presented at the conference "Computing in Economics and Finance - 2002" in Aix-en-Provence). Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 29, Nos. 1/2, 1-2.

  14. Vriend, N.J. (2004). ACE Models of Market Organization. Revue d'Économie Industrielle, No. 107, 63-74.

  15. Vriend, N.J. (2004). On Information-contagious Behavior. In W. Barnett, C. Deissenberg & G. Feichtinger (Eds.), Economic Complexity: Non-linear Dynamics, Multi-agents Economies, and Learning (ISETE Vol. 14) (pp. 125-157). Amsterdam: Elsevier.

  16. Vriend, N.J. (2003). "From Exchange It Comes to Tears". A Dutch 'Folk Theorem' Reconsidered. Theory and Decision, 55, No. 4, 315-338.

  17. Bosch-Domènech, A., & Vriend, N.J. (2003). Imitation of Successful Behaviour in Cournot Markets. Economic Journal, 113, April, 495-524.

  18. Vriend, N.J. (2002). Was Hayek an Ace? Southern Economic Journal, 68, No. 4, 811-840.

  19. Huck, S., Müller, W., & Vriend, N.J. (2002). The East End, the West End, and King's Cross: On Clustering in the Four-Player Hotelling Game. Economic Inquiry, 40, No. 2, 231-240.

  20. Vriend, N.J. (2002). Introduction (Special Issue on "Evolutionary Processes in Economics"). Computational Economics, 19, No. 1, 1-4.

  21. Vriend, N.J. (2002). On Two Types of GA-Learning. In S.-H. Chen (Ed.), Evolutionary Computation in Economics and Finance. (Studies in Fuzziness and Soft Computing 100) (pp. 233-243). Heidelberg: Physica-Verlag.

  22. Vriend, N.J. (2001). A Model of Market-making. European Journal of Economic and Social Systems, 15, No. 3, 185-202.

  23. Kirman, A.P., & Vriend, N.J. (2001). Evolving Market Structure: An ACE Model of Price Dispersion and Loyalty. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 25, Nos. 3/4, 459-502.

  24. Gibney, M.A., Jennings, N.R., & Vriend, N.J. (2000). Market-based Call Routing in Telecommunications Networks Using Adaptive Pricing and Real Bidding. In M. Bedau, J.S. McCaskill, N.H. Packard & S. Rasmussen (Eds.), Artificial Life VII: Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Artificial Life (pp. 420-427). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

  25. Vriend, N.J. (2000). Demonstrating the Possibility of Pareto Inferior Nash Equilibria. Journal of Economic Education, 31, No. 4, 358-362.

  26. Kirman, A.P., & Vriend, N.J. (2000). Learning to Be Loyal. A Study of the Marseille Fish Market. In D. Delli Gatti, M. Gallegati & A.P. Kirman (Eds.), Interaction and Market Structure. Essays on Heterogeneity in Economics. (Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems 484) (pp. 33-56). Berlin: Springer.

  27. Vriend, N.J. (2000). An Illustration of the Essential Difference between Individual and Social Learning, and its Consequences for Computational Analyses. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 24, 1-19.

  28. Vriend, N.J. (1999). On Expectations, Preferences, and Learning. Book Review of Offerman, T. (1997). Beliefs and Decision Rules in Public Good Games. Theory and Experiments. Dordrecht: Kluwer. Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 9, Issue 3, 402-409.

  29. Vriend, N.J. (1999). The Difference between Individual and Population Genetic Algorithms. In W. Banzhaf, J. Daida, A.E. Eiben, M.H. Garzon, V. Honavar, M. Jakiela & R.E. Smith (Eds.), GECCO-99: Proceedings of the Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference, July 13-17, 1999, Orlando, Florida USA (p. 812). San Francisco, CA: Morgan Kaufmann.

  30. Shubik, M., & Vriend, N.J. (1999). A Behavioral Approach to a Strategic Market Game. In T. Brenner (Ed.), Computational Techniques for Modelling Learning in Economics (pp. 261-282). Dordrecht: Kluwer.

  31. Nagel, R., & Vriend, N.J. (1999). Inexperienced and Experienced Players in an Oligopolistic Market Game with Minimal Information. Industrial and Corporate Change, 8, No. 1, 41-65.

  32. Nagel, R., & Vriend, N.J. (1999). An Experimental Study of Adaptive Behavior in an Oligopolistic Market Game. Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 9, Issue 1, 27-65. [Also appeared in: U. Cantner, H. Hanusch, & S. Klepper (Eds.), Economic Evolution, Learning, and Complexity (pp. 33-71). Heidelberg: Physica-Verlag, 2000].

  33. Vriend, N.J. (1998). Van ruilen komt huilen. Economisch Statistische Berichten, 83, nr. 4149, 341-342.

  34. Kochugovindan, S., & Vriend, N.J. (1998). Is the Study of Complex Adaptive Systems Going to Solve the Mystery of Adam Smith's 'Invisible Hand'? The Independent Review, 3, No. 1, 53-66.

  35. Vriend, N.J. (1997). Will Reasoning Improve Learning? Economics Letters, 55, No. 1, 9-18.

  36. Vriend, N.J. (1996). Rational Behavior and Economic Theory. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 29, No. 2, 263-285.

  37. Vriend, N.J. (1995). Self-Organization of Markets: An Example of a Computational Approach. Computational Economics, 8, No. 3, 205-231.

  38. Vriend, N.J. (1994). A New Perspective on Decentralized Trade. Economie Appliquée, 47, No. 4, 5-22.

  39. Vriend, N.J. (1994). Artificial Intelligence and Economic Theory. In E. Hillebrand & J. Stender (Eds.), Many-Agent Simulation and Artificial Life (pp. 31-47). Amsterdam: IOS.

  40. Vriend, N. (1991). On Walrasian Models and Decentralized Economies. Tinbergen Institute Research Bulletin, 3, No. 1, 25-37.

  41. Hartog, J., & Vriend, N. (1990). Young Mediterraneans in the Dutch Labor Market. A Comparative Analysis of Allocation and Earnings. Oxford Economic Papers, 42, 379-401.

  42. Hartog, J., & Vriend, N. (1989). Post-war International Labour Mobility: The Netherlands. In I. Gordon & A.P. Thirlwall (Eds.), European Factor Mobility. Trends and Consequences (pp. 74-94). London: MacMillan.

  43. Teulings, C., & Vriend, N. (1988). Een empirische afbakening van beroepsdeelmarkten (SEO-rapport nr. 215) SEO, University of Amsterdam.


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