The Artificial Economics conference series is a serie of symposia on Agent-based approaches of Economics and Finance.
It has been created by Pr Philippe Mathieu, Pr Olivier Brandouy and Dr Bruno Beaufils in September 2005, at the University Lille 1 (Sciences and Technologies), France.
One of the aim of these conferences is to favor the meeting of people and ideas of two communities of scientist (from computer science and economics) in order to be able to construct a much structured multi-disciplinary approach.
Proceedings of each following conference of the series have been published as a volume in the Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems Springer serie:
- Artificial Economics 2005, held September 15-16 2005 in Lille, France
- Artificial Economics 2006, held September 14-15 2006 in Aalborg, Denmark
- Artificial Economics 2007, held September 14-15 2007 in Palermo, Italy
- Artificial Economics 2008, held September 12-13 2008 in Innsbrück, Austria
- Artificial Economics 2009, held September 10-11 2009 in Valladolid, Spain
- Artificial Economics 2010, held September 9-10 2010 in Treviso, Italy
- Artificial Economics 2011, held September 1-2 2011 in The Hague, The Netherlands
- Artificial Economics 2012, held September 6-7 2012 in Castellòn, Spain
- Artificial Economics 2013, held August 29-30 2013 in Klagenfurt, Austria
- Artificial Economics 2014, held September 1st-2nd 2014 in Barcelona, Spain
- Artificial Economics 2015, held September 3-4 2015 in Porto, Portugal
- Artificial Economics 2016, held September 20-21 in Rome, Italy
Organizing rules of the conference are available online.
The steering commitee of the conference is made by the last 3 presidents and the president of the current Scientific Committee, which are :