Economists deal with inordinately complex systems – local, national or global economies. Our understanding is imperfect, and our data are incomplete. Info-gap theory is well suited to deal with modelling and managing economic uncertainties. Applications have been made to describing the behavior of economic agents, as well as to evaluating and formulating micro- and macro-economic decisions and policies.
Yakov Ben-Haim, 2010, Info-Gap Economics: An Operational Introduction, Palgrave. Description and endorsements.
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Webinar, 29.4.2021: Theo Kocken, Jan Willem van den End, Stefan Lundbergh: Covid-19 and Imagination. How to cope with fundamental uncertainty in a complex world. Link.