I investigate the dynamic between emerging macroeconomic phenonemona and entrepreneurship at the micro level. My work emphasizes the role of expectations and agent knowledge which both promote high level economic coordination.
- Computation and Entrepreneurship
- Book Reviews
Walbert, Harold, James Caton, and Julia Norgaard. “Countries as Agents in a Global Scale Computational Model.” Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation (2018) Caton, James. “Entrepreneurship, Search Costs, and Ecological Rationality in an Agent-Based Economy.” Review of Austrian Economics (2016) Caton, James. "Creativity in a Theory of Entrepreneurship" Caton, James. "An Evolutionary Theory of Knowledge: Knowledge’s Structure, Generation, Transmission and Significance to Social Theory." Caton, James. "Language Games, Entrepreneurship, and Institutions." Rustici, Thomas. and Caton, James. The Market for Healing: How Entrepreneurs Improve the Lives of the Disabled. (Working Draft)
Caton, James. "The Evolution of Hayek's Thought on Gold and Monetary Standards. Sound Money Project Working Paper 2018-06" The Monetary Foundations of the Macroeconomy. Ed., Rustici, Caton, Shamoun, and Shamoun. San Diego, CA: Cognella Academic Publishing, 2015. Macroeconomics: Past and Present. Ed., Rustici, Caton, Shamoun, and Shamoun. San Diego, CA: Cognella Academic Publishing, 2015. Caton, James. “Money in American History” in The American Middle Class: An Economic Encyclopedia of Progress and Poverty, ed., Robert Rycraft (Forthcoming). Caton, James and Richard Wagner. “Volatility in Catallactical Systems: Austrian Cycle Theory Revisited.” Advances in Austrian Economics: New Thinking in Austrian Political Economy 18. (2015)
Caton, James. Book Review: The Social Life of Money” EH.net. Caton, James. “Book Review: The Midas Curse” The Review of Austrian Economics (2016). Caton, James. “Book Review: Hayek vs. Keynes: A Battle of Ideas” The Independent Review (2018).
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