Abbreviated Vita: Leigh Tesfatsion

Last Updated: 30 July 2017

Address:
Professor of Economics, Mathematics, and
   Electrical and Computer Engineering
Heady Hall 375
Iowa State University
FAX: (515) 294-0221
http://www2.econ.iastate.edu/tesfatsi/
tesfatsi AT iastate.edu
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The Web http://www2.econ.iastate.edu/tesfatsi/

Educational Background

Current Professional Affiliations

Past Professional Affiliations

Current Research Projects

Primary Research Areas

General Resource Websites Maintained

Open Source Software Releases

Books

Journal, Proceedings, Reports, and Book Chapter Publications

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Agent-Based Computational Economics (ACE)

ACE Surveys and Special Issue Introductions:


ACE Macroeconomics Research:


ACE Labor Market Research:


ACE Trade Network Game Research:


ACE Learning Research:


ACE Research on Dynamic Coupled Natural and Human Systems:

Electricity Market Research

Proposed New Power Market Design:

Wholesale Power Market Operations:


Integrated Retail and Wholesale Power Market Operations:

Economic Theory (Analytical)

Efficiency and Aggregation Issues in Overlapping Generations Models


Time Consistency and Boundedly Rational Optimization


General Game Theory Research

Econometrics and Data Analysis

Multicriteria Estimation via Cost-Efficient Frontiers


Nonlinear Estimation via Associative Memories

Adaptive Computation Methods

Solution Tracking for General Parameterized Nonlinear systems


Tracking of Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors for General Parameterized Matrices

NOTE: All of the eigenvalue/eigenvector tracking algorithms below can be implemented via the NASA Program for the Nonlocal Automated Sensitivity Analysis of parameterized nonlinear systems H(x,b)=0.


Adaptive Homotopy Continuation


Automatic Evaluation of Higher-Order Partial Derivatives