An actor-model based bottom-up simulation - An experiment on Indian demonetisation initiative

Part of book or chapter of book English OPEN
Barat, Souvik; Kulkarni, Vinay; Clark, Tony; Barn, Balbir;

The dominance of cash-based transactions and relentless growth of a shadow economy triggered a fiscal intervention by the Indian government wherein 86% of the total cash in circulation was pulled out in a sudden announcement on November 8, 2016. This disruptive initiati... View more
  • References (22)
    22 references, page 1 of 3

    Allen, J. 2013. Effective Akka. O'Reilly Media.

    Barat, S., Kulkarni, V.,Clark, T., Barn, B. 2017. Demonetisation Experiments.

    Beckermann, A., Flohr, H. and Kim, J. eds., 1992. “Emergence or reduction?: Essays on the prospects of nonreductive physicalism”. Walter de Gruyter.

    BloombergQuint. 2017. 100 Days After Note Ban: Economic Indicators Blinking Yellow.

    Business Standard. 2016. Demonetisation: A saga of flip-flops and changing goalposts.

    Clark, T., Kulkarni, V., Barat, S., Barn, B. 2016. ESL,

    Conrath, D.W., 1967. “Organizational decision making behavior under varying conditions of uncertainty”. Management Science, 13(8), pp.B-487.

    Government of India, 2016. Notes in Circulation, India.

    Haller, P. and Odersky, M., 2009. “Scala actors: Unifying thread-based and event-based programming”. Theoretical Computer Science, 410(2), pp.202-220.

    Harvard Business Review, 2017. Early Lessons from India's Demonetization Experiment.

  • Metrics
Share - Bookmark