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EC-squared is a series of annual international conferences on research in quantitative economics and econometrics, launched in 1990. The acronym (EC)2 stands for European Conferences of the Econom[etr]ics Community. Its main aim is to maintain and extend an adequate forum for both senior and...
The Conference invites proposals from the introductory through advanced level on all topics related to e-Commerce. Proposals which address the theory, research and applications as well as describe innovative projects are encouraged.
The objective of the Congress is to promote a greater understanding of the Economics and Management of Energy in Industry through analysis, systems modelling, information exchange and the advancement of energy technology.
Researchers in Economic and Social History are invited to send paper proposals. Submissions from young scholars are encouraged.
Fields of interest include: - Banking; - Risk Management; - Corporate finance; - Asset Pricing; - Modelling volatility and correlation; - International finance; - Portfolio management and optimization; - Pricing of derivatives; - Financial forecasting; - Behavioural finance; - Multicriteria decision...
The primary function of EAEPE is to bring together European economists and other social scientists for the purposes of theoretical research and policy development along EAEPE's theoretical perspectives.
The ILO Forum on Decent Work for a Fair Globalization will focus on the analysis and promotion of the Decent Work concept and the Decent Work Agenda as the key for economic, social and environmental sustainability and as a contribution to the shaping of a fair and inclusive...
The scope of the conference will be to present the most recent research on multivariate volatility modelling, including applications to risk management, portfolio choice and betas. We welcome papers related to the econometric and statistical modeling of large sets of assets, multivariate series...
Topics: I. Forecast Evaluation A. Review of standard results B. Comparison of a small number of non-nested models: Diebold / Mariano / West (DMW) statistic; asymptotic irrelevance C. Comparison of a small number of nested models D. Comparison of a large number of models II. Present value models...
ISI Sessions provide an opportunity for statisticians to attend scientific meetings focusing on their own speciality, and at the same time absorb new research in other statistical fields that may have unanticipated applications to one’s own speciality.
Created in cooperation with RFE-Resources for Economists of the American Economic Association (AEA)