Christophre Georges
Christophre Georges

Professor of Economics Chris Georges presented a paper and chaired a session at the 21st International Conference on Computing in Economics and Finance in Taipei, Taiwan, in June. The paper, “Product Innovation and Macroeconomic Dynamics,” reports on a new agent-based macroeconomic model in which product innovation is the fundamental driver of both growth and business cycle fluctuations.

He also published a paper, “Risk Preference and Stability Under Learning” in the July issue of Economics Letters.

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