Economic, Financial and Mathematical Aspects
THE CONFERENCE HAS BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE
6-7 April 2020
University College London (UCL),
Equilibrium is the fundamental microeconomic approach to model the mutual dependencies between agents who make decisions in financial markets.
Equilibrium models have led to explanations and are being used to gain a better understanding of numerous financial phenomena. Further, the study of the theory has led to challenging mathematical problems, which are being addressed by researchers from economics, finance, stochastic analysis and partial differential equations.
The goal of the conference is to bring together researchers from different disciplines, in particular from economics, finance and mathematics, to present latest developments in equilibrium theory and its applications to the modelling of financial markets.