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We welcome contributed talks and posters on, but not limited to the following topics:

  • agent-based models in economics and finance
  • Big Data mining and analysis in socio-economic systems
  • computational and experimental finance
  • derivative pricing, financial engineering, and hedging strategies
  • evolutionary game theory and evolutionary economics
  • financial bubbles and regime shifts in economic and social systems
  • fractal and multifractal analysis and modeling
  • information filtering from multivariate variables
  • market dynamics, macroscopic models and prediction
  • market microstructure
  • networks and multilayer networks in economics and finance
  • nonadditive entropy and nonextensive statistical mechanics in socio-economic systems
  • opinion dynamics
  • random matrix theory applications in finance
  • social mobility and economic inequality
  • sociophysics
  • statistical and probabilistic methods in economics and finance
  • stylized facts
  • systemic risk and risk management

We are particularly interested in submissions on these emerging areas:

  • financial technology
  • sharing economy
  • cryptocurrencies

For EC2019, we will take advantage of the fact that we are a satellite session of CCS2019, to arrange for invited talks only on 2 and 3 Oct 2019.

In past editions of Econophysics Colloquium, participants sometimes complain that there are too many parallel sessions, and they must give up on interesting talks just to be in the session they have chosen to go to.

Therefore, instead of squeezing many contributed talks into multiple parallel sessions within the two days for satellite sessions, we ask participants to submit their abstracts to the Economics & Finance track of CCS2019, which can potentially be single morning and afternoon sessions spread over three days (30 Sep, 1 Oct, and 4 Oct 2019). By aiming for this integration with CCS2019, we will effectively have five days for EC2019, while contributed talks and posters will additionally have the benefit of drawing complex systems audience from outside of econophysics and sociophysics.

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