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Re: Agent-based models simulating emission trade system and carbon taxes?

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Dear Davide,



at least in 2016, when I submitted and defended my PhD, there was nothing in that direction. I discussed, as an application of agent-based computational economics in my PhD, issues of quantity vs price regulation (third part of my PhD which you can get here: http://nbn-resolving.org/urn:nbn:de:hbz:708-dh196 ). 



The question is really "how" you want to model the emissions trading system, i.e. what is your reason to pick-up ABM. If you want to model the impact on coordination, then my PhD may help you with some ideas, etc. However, for an applied work there is the problem that there is basically no work on the theory of the firm with a procedural view, i.e. beyond demand=supply stuff, so there is a lot of (very interesting) basic research to be done. I started out with the idea to "model" the EU-ETS at the beginning of my PhD and then diverted to tackle basic issues of modelling process in economics, so that there was in the end but this rather abstract application in a single product market. However, the implications are already quite nice (quantity regulation implies higher prices for consumers, because it reduces competition, but at the same time the negative effects of a policy shock are much smaller and the economy adjusts much smoother and faster).



Best

Frederik

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Dr. Frederik Schaff



Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Faculty of Business & Economics

Institute of Macroeconomics (Prof. M. Roos)

Project Resources in Society (coop with DBM)

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> -----Original Message-----

> From: News and discussion about computer simulation in the social sciences

> <[log in to unmask]> On Behalf Of Davide Natalini

> Sent: Dienstag, 30. April 2019 11:33

> To: [log in to unmask]

> Subject: [SIMSOC] Agent-based models simulating emission trade system

> and carbon taxes?

> 

> Hi All,

> 

> I am about to start a new project on developing an agent-based model to

> simulate the different effects of an emission Trade system as compared with

> carbon taxes on diffusion of technology innovation. Does anybody know of

> open-access agent-based models that have simulated this or part of this

> system?

> 

> If you know any, please do send across the link to the paper/model.

> Information about ongoing work is also appreciated so that I don’t try to

> reinvent the wheel =]

> 

> All your help is very much appreciated.

> 

> Davide

> 

> Dr Davide Natalini

> PhD MA BA

> Research Fellow

> Global Sustainability Institute

> Anglia Ruskin University

> Cambridge  UK

> 

> Email: [log in to unmask]

> Phone: +44 845 196 5115

> 

> Selected publications

> Lippe, M., Bithell, M., Gotts, N., Natalini, D. et al. 2019. Using agent-based

> modelling to simulate social-ecological systems across scales. Geoinformatica,

> pp.1-30. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10707-018-00337-8 (Full text available upon

> request) Natalini, D., Bravo, G. and Jones, A.W., 2017. Global food security

> and food riots–an agent-based modelling approach. Food Security, pp.1-21.

> https://doi.org/10.1007/s12571-017-0693-z . Full text at http://rdcu.be/t5oR

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