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Emphasis on the historical, institutional, and theoretical background of modern economics from a Canadian perspective
This simulation on societal segregation is based off the work of Nobel Prize-winning game theorist, Thomas Schelling. Specifically, his 1971 paper, Dynamic Models of Segregation. This simulation was built on top of this, and showed how a small demand for diversity can desegregate a neighborhood. In other words, this simulation gives Schelling's model a happy ending.