Northwestern University, Ph.D. (Managerial Economics and Decision Sciences)
University of Wisconsin, M.A. (Mathematics)
University of Michigan, B.A. (Mathematics)
Professor Page's research focues on the myriad roles that diversity plays in complex systems. For example, how does diversity arise? Does diversity make a system more productive? How does diversity impact robustness? Does it make a system prone to large events?
“Aggregation in Agent Based Models of Economies" Knowledge Engineering Review 27, 151-162, 2012.
“Incentives, Information, and Emergent Collective Accuracy" Managerial and Deci-sion Economics33:5 pp 323 - 334, 2012 (with Lu Hong and Maria Riolo)
“The Foundations of Collective Wisdom" forthcoming in Collective Wisdom Helene Ladnemore and Jon Elster eds, Cambridge University Press. (with Lu Hong)
“The Complexity of Systems Eects' Critical Review 23(4) pp 313-342, 2012 (with Andrea Jones-Rooy)
“Inequality and Innovation" Economics Bulletin Vol. 33 No. 1 p.A59, 2013 (with John Vandermeer)