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OpenTTD is a clone of the Microprose game "Transport Tycoon Deluxe", a popular game originally written by Chris Sawyer. It attempts to mimic the original game as closely as possible while extending it with new features. There is currently an effort underway to replace the original, not ... [More]
Simutrans is a transport simulation games. Planes, ships, trains, trams, trucks, busses, or monorails are at your disposal. But factories have contracts and passengers will only travel to their own destinations. Many graphic sets (paks) are available
Mises.org is the .Net based CMS behind http://mises.org/ and similar organizations in many other countries.
OSCurrency -, for using time dollars and other alternative currencies. An online system for managing alternative currencies. This is good for time banks, time dollars and local exchange trade systems (LETS). Developers are members of Austin Time Exchange
Kdot is an agent-based simulation of a market economy as a complex adaptive system. Although computational modeling of economies seems to be an excellent avenue of research, little work has been done. Perhaps the most sophisticated models are present in online video games, using human game-players ... [More]
EconPy: Python packages for economic research. abs: agent-based simulation pytrix: econometrics related scripts: demo scripts for the EconPy packages
This project contains the code and documentation of a female labor supply research project at Tilburg University.
Data on the distribution of consumption expenditures across now exists for many countries over time, but in a very unbalanced panel. Here we develop code to consistently estimate the effects of economic growth on inequality.
The SFL project aims at providing some applications for computation and modeling in academic or practical studies on finance/economics. The programs are written in C/C++ and/or Python, with some open-source libraries, such as Quantlib, GSL, blitz++, fann, etc.
Osm.py This is a very simple simulation of a small society and how it changes over time. Particular emphasis on economics, social class and impact of taxes and personal choices. Not a game, and not quite a full realistic simulation. Just a quick first iteration to get it out there. Only a few ... [More]