Demo models Home » JAS-mine » Demo models Demo models The following demo models are available for download. They can be used and modified at will. If they are used or referred to in a publication, please cite them as follows: “The model is based on the [ XXX ] demo model available on the JAS-mine website”, and cite the JAS-mine reference paper. Also, Please send us your demo models with detailed documentation so that we can upload them here (full credits will be acknowledged). Demo07 A porting of the LIAM2 Demo07 model, a sample model distributed with the LIAM2 platform. Extended Schelling The renowned Segregation model with a blend of microsimulation features. Job applications The model shows how to persist many-to-many relationships. Hotelling’s Law An application of Hotelling’s Law (1929) in a two-dimensional space. Labour force participation The microsimulation model aims at providing medium- and long-term projections of participation and employment rates for a selected number of Member States. MacroABM This macroeconomic-financial model is inspired by the agent-based model described in the paper “Income distribution, credit and fiscal policies in an agent-based Keynesian model” Theoretical Health Inequality Model (THIM) Why cities in the US and UK with higher income inequality have lower health-adjusted life expectancy, while Australian, Canada and Swedish cities do not.