CFP – 21st International Conference on Computing in Economics and Finance

Posted on 2014/11/25. Filed under: 綜合 |

Call for Papers -CEF 2015

Society for Computational Economics

21st International Conference on Computing in Economics and Finance

June 20-22, 2015, Taipei, Taiwan

http://www.aiecon.org/conference/cef2015/index.htm

The 21st Annual Conference on Computing in Economics and Finance (CEF 2015) will take place in Taipei (The first Asian location of CEF annual conferences) from 20 June through 22 June, 2015. The program will cover all areas dealing with the computational aspects (broadly defined) of economics, finance, and decision making.

Keynote Speakers

Athanasios Orphanides, MIT Sloan School of Management
Stephen Turnovsky, Department of Economics, University of Washington

Tony He, Finance Discipline Group, University of Technology, Sydney

Main topic areas (but not limited to)

Agent-based modeling

Artificial/experimental markets

Asset pricing and computational finance

Dynamic games

DSGE/business cycle modeling

Economic dynamics development and growth

Econophysics

Finance and financial crises

Fiscal policy

Heterogeneous-agent modeling

Inflation dynamics

Learning and evolutionary economics

Macro Theory

Market structure

Monetary policy

Monte Carlo methods

Open-economy macro and international trade

Optimal and robust control

Optimization and solution methods

Search and labor markets

Time series econometrics and analysis

Volatility modeling

Program Chair

Shu-Heng Chen, Professor, AI-Econ Research Center, Department of Economics, National Chengchi University, Taiwan

Program Committee:

(Committee members will be organizing invited and contributed sessions, and nearly all have committed to attending the conference.)

AGENT-BASED MODELLING

Mikhail Anufriev, Senior Lecturer, Economics Discipline Group, UTS Business School, Sydnedy, Australia
Jasmina Arifovic, Professor, Department of Economics, Simon Fraser University, Canada
Cars Hommes, Professor, Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Thomas Lux, Professor, Department of Economics, University of Kiel, Germany
Akira Namatame, Professor, Department of Computer Science, National Defense Academy

FINANCE

Carl Chiarella, Professor, Finance Disciplinary Group, University of Technology. Sydney, Australia
German Creamer, Associate Professor, Department of Quantitative Finance, Stevens Institute of Technology, New Jersey, USA
David Goldbaum, Associate Professor, Economics Discipline Group, University of Technology. Sydney, Australia
Xue-Zhong He, Professor, Finance Discipline Group, University of Technology. Sydney, Australia

MACROECONOMICS – THEORY

Francesco Furlanetto, Researcher, Norges Bank, Oslo, Norway

Kenneth Kasa, Professor, Department of Economics, Simon Fraser University, Canada
Kevin Lansing, Research Advisor, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, USA
Robert Tetlow, Advisor, Division of Monetary Affairs, Board of Governers of the Federal Reserve System, Washington, D.C. USA

MACROECONOMICS – EMPIRICAL

Michel Juillard, Adviser, Bank of France, Paris, France

Thomas Lubik, Group Vice President, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, USA
Paul McNelis, Professor, Economics and Financial Policy, Fordham, University, NYC, USA

ECONOMETRICS

Francesco Ravazzolo, Senior Researcher, Research Department, Norges Bank, Oslo, Norway
Peter Zadrozny, Research Economist, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Washington, D.C., USA

COMPUTATIONAL METHOD

Gary Anderson, Economist, Board of Governers of the Federal Reserve System, Washington D.C., USA
Wei Zhang, Professor, College of Management and Economics, Tianjin University, Tianjin, China

ECONOPHYSICS

Wei-Xing Zhou, Professor of Finance, East China, University of Science and Technology, China

EXPERIMENTAL ECONOMICS

Chung-Ching Tai, Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Tunghai University, Taiwan

Pre-Conference Workshops

Murat Yildizoglu, Agent-Based Models of Economics and Finance with Netlogo

Cars Hommes, Behavioral Rationality and Heterogeneous Expectations in Complex Economic Systems

Deadlines

Feb. 16, 2015 – Abstract Submission Deadline

Mar. 16, 2015 – Student Contest Entry Deadline

Mar. 23, 2015 – Decisions on submitted papers

Apr. 13, 2015 – Student Contest Finalists Announced

Apr. 27, 2015 – Discounted Early Registration

May. 11, 2015 – Presenter Registration Deadline

May. 18, 2015 – Presenters Upload Full Papers to Conference Maker

Student Prizes

The SCE sponsors cash prizes for the best graduate student paper presented at the Conference. Details for eligibility and submission will be posted on the conference website.

For Submission & Registration, please visit our website

http://www.aiecon.org/conference/cef2015/index.htm

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