IWcee20 – 8th International Workshop on Computational Economics and Econometrics aims at exploring the intersection of economics, econometrics and computation. It wants to investigate the application of recent computational techniques to all branches of socio-economic modelling. IWcee20 aims at an international and multidisciplinary audience promoting rigorous examination of relevant socio-economic and policy issues. The workshop’s areas include computational and simulation methods for tackling relevant societal challenges.
IWcee20 aims at exploring these intriguing subjects, by opening the opportunity for interested scientists, practitioners and policy makers to gather, discuss, and present solutions to current and foreseeable new issues related to spatial economics and econometrics.
Paper on the following topics are highly welcome:
- Applied micro and macro econometrics
- Machine Learning
- Network science
- Spatial economics and econometrics
- Time series analysis and forecasting techniques
- Causal inference
- Economic dynamics
- Agent-based modelling
- Artificial intelligence
- Robustness and sensitivity analysis
- Bayesian statistics
- Operational research methods
- Control and game theory
- General equilibrium models
- Optimization methods
- Software development
Nonetheless, papers on more general economics and econometrics topics will be considered.
IWcee19 will publish the best papers in a Special Issue of “The International Journal of Computational Economics and Econometrics” (IJCEE) (http://www.inderscience.com/ijcee). IJCEE is indexed in: Scopus (Elsevier), Emerging Sources Citation Index (Clarivate Analytics), Chartered Association of Business Schools (CABS) Academic Journal Guide, Repec