AGENT-ORIENTED HUMAN BEHAVIOR MODEL: NOT IN MONEY HAPPINESS?
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Viktor Istratov 
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129-140
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Thanks to the emergence of a new modelling tool – the agent-based approach – a new class of models became available to the modelers that let them have a different view of conventional socio-economic processes. This work presents an agent-based model that regards economic domain known as the economics of happiness. The author analyses correlation between well-being and state of mood of individuals. The obtained results partly correspond to research outcomes of the previous authors.
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01.01.2009
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