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Dynamics of Inequality

Alex Adamou and Ole Peters have published an article on the Dynamics of inequality in the Royal Statistical Society’s magazine, Significance. In it they tackle the assumption of equilibrium which is widespread in mainstream economic analyses. Read more


Far from equilibrium: Wealth reallocation in the United States

2015 summer school student and LML visitor Yonatan Berman and LML Fellows Ole Peters and Alex Adamou have published an empirical study of wealth inequality in the United States. Read more


The switching between zonal and blocked mid-latitude atmospheric circulation: a dynamical system perspective

Together with co-authors (Davide Faranda, Giacomo Masato, Francois Daviaud, Bérengère Dubrulle and Pascal Yiou), Nicholas Moloney and Yuzuru Sato have developed a time series tool to study blocking in mid-latitude Read more


Evaluating gambles using dynamics

Ole Peters and Murray Gell-Mann have published a paper in the American Institute of Physics (AIP) journal Chaos. Find out more about it in this article from the AIP. Read more

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Economics lectures in India

Ole Peters delivered a set of lectures on economics at the complex systems winter school in Mohali, India.  The lectures were based on notes, co-authored with Alex Adamou, that will form the basis for future lecture courses. Read more

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Why insure?

Ole Peters and Alex Adamou have written a paper titled Rational insurance with linear utility and perfect information. Here they consider the insurance puzzle, namely that people are willing to buy insurance at a price Read more

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Why cooperate?

Ole Peters and Alex Adamou have written a paper titled The evolutionary advantage of cooperation. Here they show how the simple and universal setting of noisy multiplicative growth predicts the formation of cooperating units Read more

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Data-driven prediction of thresholded time series of rainfall and self-organized criticality models

Together with co-authors with Anna Deluca and Álvaro Corral, Nicholas has studied the predictability of thresholded events in rain data and the Manna model. Specifically, a running hazard function is used as a decision variable Read more

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The perils of thresholding

Together with co-authors Francesc Font-Clos, Gunnar Pruessner and Anna Deluca, Nicholas has studied the effect of thresholding on birth-death processes. The exact distribution of the duration time above threshold can be computed. Read more

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Stationarity of extreme bursts in the solar wind

Nicholas R. Moloney and Joern Davidsen have an article in Physical Review E on their analysis of extreme bursts in the solar wind: Read more