Herding effects in order driven markets: The rise and fall of gurus

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Tedeschi, G.; Iori, G.; Gallegati, M.;
(2012)

We introduce an order driver market model with heterogeneous traders that imitate each other on a dynamic network structure. The communication structure evolves endogenously via a fitness mechanism based on agents performance. We assess under which assumptions imitation... View more
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