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. LABSim Microsimulation model to study economic insecurity over life course, linking dynamic model with the static tax and benefit simulation (EUROMOD).