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The goal of this workshop is to bring together European applied macroeconomists to discuss current frontier research on a regular basis. Applications from economists from all French and European institutions are welcomed in all fields of applied macroeconomics and applied econometrics including...
EconomiX is a research center in economics operated by the CNRS (National Centre for Scientific Research) and the University of Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense. It combines theoretical and applied research in various fields of economics. This 16th workshop in financial econometrics welcomes...
Authors may only present one paper in each track (LACEA and/or LAMES), but the same paper cannot be submitted to both tracks. However, each person is allowed to be co-author of several papers presented. Papers can only be submitted electronically.
Conference topics: - National Economy Models - Modelling Economies in Transition - Forecasting and Evaluation of Forecasts - EU and EMU Enlargement Issues - Modelling Inflation and Unemployment - Modelling Foreign Trade - Financial Econometrics - Control Theory and Economic Modelling -...
The program will include time series, high dimension statistics, quantiles, statistical depth and their applications in economics.
The three main features of the event Meetings are: - Scientific work of the best quality - PhD students on the job market - Close interaction between junior and senior researchers The Program Committee invites submissions of papers, which can be either complete or work in progress.
The workshop provides a platform to discuss new developments in the field of empirical and applied macroeconomic modelling and aims at bringing together academic researchers and practitioners. We invite applied and theoretical papers dealing with time series, business cycles, mixed frequency...
Focus: Pensions, Insurance, Regulation, Model Risk, CVA, Risk Measurement, Commodities, Emissions Trading and other areas of Quantitative Finance.
The program committee invites contributions in the form of individual papers and entire sessions (three to five paper sessions). Papers can be on any applied or theoretical topic within economics.
Created in cooperation with RFE-Resources for Economists of the American Economic Association (AEA)