Chapter 1: Introduction.- Chapter 2: First Nation Transition.- Chapter 3: Complexity, Emergence, and Evolution.- Chapter 4: Agent-Based Model History and Development.- Chapter 5: Netlogo.- Chapter 6: Evolution in Netlogo.- Chapter 7: Verifying Model Results.- Chapter 8: Money Distribution.- Chapter 9: System Efficiency.- Chapter 10: Price Basics.- Chapter 11: Evolutionary Price Robustness.-Chapter 12: Inequality: Money Distributions.- Chapter 13: Introducing Life.- Chapter 14: Long-Term Economic Outcome. Chapter 15: Summary and Final Comments.
Tim Gooding is a multi-discipline complexity researcher affiliated
with Kingston University, London, UK. His preferred research tool
is agent-based models. He is particularly fascinated by how
empirical evolutionary prerequisites from markets and
market-societies create predictable and repeatable shapes in which
some of society's most persistent 'modern problems' reside.