Stojan Davidovic

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Postdoctoral Fellow
+49 30 82406-670
stojand [at] mpib-berlin [dot] mpg [dot] de

Short CV: 

I studied economics and operations research in Belgrade, and received my PhD from the biology department at the Humboldt University of Berlin.

In my research, I make connections between ecological and financial resilience and use models from ecology and complex systems to study contagion in financial networks. For instance, I study how information flow in financial networks affects the herd behavior that arises in financial crises (e.g. liquidity hoarding).

I also study the use of analogical models in the history of economics. Here, I recognize a strong methodological contrast between models inspired by classical physics (e.g. mechanics and thermodynamics) and models inspired by life sciences (e.g. evolutionary theory, ecology).

Research Interests: 

-systemic risk in financial networks

-resilience of complex adaptive systems

-analogical models in economics

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zuklappen Publications

Davidovic, S., Galesic, M., Katsikopoulos, K., & Arinaminpathy, N. (2014). Modeling uncertainty in banking networks. In S. Omatu, H. Bersini, J. M. Corchado, S. Rodríguez, P. Pawlewski, & E. Bucciarelli (Eds.), Distributed computing and artificial intelligence: 11th International Conference (Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing No. 290) (pp. 107-114). Berlin: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-07593-8_14
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