Complexity Economics, Self Organization  And Markets as Complex Adaptive Systems




            Sheri discusses  How Digital Agents Innovate in her new paper that has been published in the  Journal of Dynamics and Games of the
            American Institute of Mathematical  Sciences 
            Sheri M Markose (2017)


                  Journal of Dynamics and Games (July 2017, vol. 4, no. 3; #5) of the American Institute of Mathematical Sciences



             In this paper Sheri  has demonstrated that the Godel sentence far from being a `funky' and esoteric mathematical construction of little relevance

                  beyond the foundations of mathematics, is an ubiquitous phenomena which can be seen to be the driving force behind the complex protean phenotypes
                  associated with genomic evolution and in the form of novel artifacts or extended phenotypes in organisms and humans.

                  Noam Chomsky has written that this "is quite exciting".


Markose, S Book Review  of Computable Economics by K. Vellupillai, Arne Ryde Lectures, Economic Journal, June 2001.


Markose, S. Special Feature on Computability and Evolutionary Complexity: Markets as Complex Adaptive Systems,
Computability and Evolutionary Complexity: Markets as Complex Adaptive Systems
Published  Economic Journal June 2005, Vol. 115  , F159-F192.

Markose, S. The New Evolutionary Computational Paradigm Of Complex Adaptive Systems:  Challenges And Prospects For Economics And Finance.
Published July 2002, In, Genetic Algorithms and Genetic Programming in Computational Finance, Edited by Shu-Heng Chen,  Kluwer  Academic Publishers,
(ISBN 0-7923-7601-3) (pp.443-484 ). (Note the above is the revised form of  Economics Department Discussion Paper 532).
Markose, S. Novelty And Surprises In Complex Adaptive System (CAS) Dynamics: A Computational  Theory of Actor Innovation
INVITED TALK:  Applications of Physics in Financial Analysis 4 (APFA4) Warsaw, November 13-15 2003

 Version Published (Autumn 2004) in Physica A


Markose, S. The Liar Strategy And Surprises: So What  Is The Lucas Critique? A New Perspective From Computation Theory
Paper first given at Econ. Dept Seminar, Carnegie Mellon, USA, July 19-22, 1998 
 The red queen principle and the emergence of efficient financial markets: an agent based approach
Sheri Markose, Edward Tsang and Serafin Martinez .2005 In: Thomas Lux, Stefan Reitz and Eleni Samanodou (Eds.) Nonlinear Dynamics and
Heterogeneous Interacting Agents, Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems
550, Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.

Gödelian Foundations of Non-Computability and Heterogeneity In Economic Forecasting and Strategic Innovation
 Paper presented on 4 July 2006 at the Godel Centenary Colloquium at Computing in Europe (CiE) Conference in Swansea, Wales UK


Work in Progress 2013 :  Here it is argued that the Godel meta-representational system and the operations of the Liar or contrarian which are the necessary conditions for the set theoretic

'creative' and 'productive' protean structures that Emil Post shows to follow from Godel incompleteness have a formal analogue with the human mirror neuron system (HMNS) and the

Vittorio Gallese et al theory of social cognition as simulation.  Mirror neurons perform 'offline' simulation a la Godel both with action observation in others and also when  the canonical neurons fire

with actual execution of the action by self. Recent discovery of neuro-physiological markers for coordination and anti-coordination in social interaction in HMNS  provides the essential components for how humans are capable of protean behaviours and arms races in innovations.           .  

New Paper Meta-representation, Mirroring and the Liar: Complex Strategic Behaviour and Arms Race in Novelty and Surprises Sheri M. Markose