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Название: Learning In Economic Systems With Expectations Feedback
Автор: Wenzelburger J.
Recently, more and more economists have abandoned the assumption that agents have perfect knowledge about the economic environment in which they live. Instead the focus has been directed toward scenarios in which agents' views of the world may be erroneous. An open issue is how to describe plausible rules, according to which expectations are formed and updated over time. The book introduces the concept of a perfect forecasting rule that generates rational expectations in the classical sense, thus reconciling the traditional view with behaviorist approaches. It argues that successful learning schemes should aim at estimating the correct market structure from available observations, while taking into account the impact of forecasting on future data.