ESHIA

Society for Economic Science with Heterogeneous Interacting Agents

The Society for Economic Science with Heterogeneous Interacting Agents (ESHIA) has been founded in 2006. Accommodating a vibrant interdisciplinary area, the society aims to bring together researchers focusing on agent-based approaches in economics and neighboring fields.


The objectives of ESHIA


  • to publish the society journal and other publications
  • to hold international conference as well as smaller regional and specialized meetings
  • to recognize, by prizes and awards, the work of outstanding contributors to the field
  • to represent the interests of its members to various bodies, such as grant-giving organizations
  • to establish and promote relations with related disciplines such as economics, physics, computer science, and others
  • to establish connections, including membership tie-ins, with other learned societies in related areas
  • to provide centralized information regarding job opportunities, preprint series, bibliographical information and news of interest to members