Call for papers: 2nd international conference on “Cliometrics and Complexity" (extended deadline: March 31, 2018)
The scope of the conference is to bring together scientists interested in the use of complexity methods to improve our analysis of economic systems, especially their history, with a special focus on long economic and financial time series. We aim to combine usual approaches from social sciences (e.g. econometrics, cliometrics, finance, history…) with tools borrowed from physics, mathematics, econophysics, data and computational science. Several questions will be at the heart of the conference: the contribution of complex network analysis to economic history; non-linear dynamics in economic history; building empirical and theoretical economic history; econo-physics and cliometrics.
You are invited to submit a 1 page proposal, deadline of submission March 31, 2018.
- Pr Steven Durlauf (University of Chicago, Harris School of Public Policy, USA) / Field: Complexity economics
- Pr Alan Kirman (EHESS, IUF, France) / Field: Computational Economics
- Pr Rosario Mantegna (Central European University and University of Palermo) / Field: Econophysics
- Pr Andrea Roventini (Santa Anna School of Economics, Pisa University) / Field: Complexity economics
Note the important dates:
Deadline for a 1 page proposal submission: March 31, 2018 (extended)
Authors’ notification: April 16, 2018
Deadline for Registration: May 14, 2018
No registration fee.
For more details, see the call for abstracts at https://cac2018.sciencesconf.org
The Organizing Committee:
- Antoine PARENT (Founding Director of CAC, Professor of Economics, Sciences Po Lyon, LAET CNRS);
- Catherine KYRTSOU (Deputy Director of CAC, Professor of Macro-Finance and Quantitative Methods, University of Macedonia);
- Fredj JAWADI (Deputy Director of CAC, Associate Professor of Economics, University of Evry).
- Pierre BORGNAT (Director of IXXI – Complex Systems Institute, ENS Lyon, Department of Physics, Research Professor CNRS – Physics);
- Pablo JENSEN (IXXI – Complex Systems Institute, ENS Lyon, Department of Physics, Research Professor CNRS – Physics);
Administrative coordination: IXXI – Complex Systems Institute, ENS Lyon