Application of Agent-based approach to the Modeling of Processes in the Field of Migration Policy
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Application of Agent-based approach to the Modeling of Processes in the Field of Migration Policy
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S207751800005912-2-1
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10.18254/S207751800005912-2
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Vladimir Abramov 
Affiliation: Central Economics and Mathematics Institute
Address: Russian Federation, Moscow
Abstract

The article is devoted to the analysis of existing experience in the application of agent based approach by modeling migration processes carried out for ongoing development of complex agent based models to simulate processes in the field of migration policy. Analysis showed that despite the advantages demonstrated by the agent-based approach compared with traditional methods of demographic research simulation reveals various difficulties in terms of simulating migration processes that nevertheless do not underestimate advantages of agent and other existing modeling approaches. Hybrid population-based agent modeling is a new emerging field of study that showed advantages by implementing this approach.

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migration, migration policy, agent based modeling, the EU economy
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01.07.2019
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08.07.2019
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