CNR-IRCrES,
Institute of Research on
Economic Sustainable Growth

 

University of Rome Tor Vergata
Department of Enterprise Engineering

 

CNR-ISC, Institute for Complex Systems

 

 


Crisis Lab
Analytics for crisis prediction and management

 

 

Deadlines:

Extended abstract: April 15, 2017

Notification to authors: April 30, 2017

Paper (or presentation): May 20, 2017

Workshop: June 21-23, 2017

 

Venue:

CNR - National Research Council
Rome, Italy

 

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Registration and info:
www.ircres.cnr.it/index.php/it/iwcee17

 

IWcee17

 

V International Workshop on

Computational Economics and Econometrics

Rome, June 21-23, 2017

National Research Council of Italy

Dynamics of Growth, Inequality and Technological Change:

Micro and Macro Perspectives

 


 

    

“DYNAMICS OF GROWTH, INEQUALITY AND TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE: MICRO AND MACRO PERSPECTIVES”

In the last two decades, economic systems have experienced unprecedented changes. The upsurge of emergent markets and technologies, the increasing sophistication of financial markets and trade, a rising fragmentation of the global division of labor, and the growth of inequality have changed the way economies work and evolve. In such a scenario, the 2007 economic crisis has proved to have had a great impact on these transformations, showing at the same time system unexpected fragility. The study of such phenomena – both at micro and macro level – asks for new evidence, sounder theoretical underpinnings, and reliable statistical techniques. IWcee17 aims to provide a rigorous scientific discussion about the evolution and performance of socio-economic systems in the light of the tools offered by modern quantitative socio-economic science.

 

Papers on the following topics are highly welcome:

  • Theoretical, empirical and computational models of growth, inequality and technological change;
  • Propagation mechanisms in interrelated systems; New evidence and indicators of inequality;
  • Network (including input-output tables) dynamics and resilience; Agent-based and game-theory modelling;
  • Risk and uncertainty analysis; Modelling of financial systems;
  • Time series analysis and forecasting techniques;
  • Micro and macro models of technical change; Policy evaluation;
  • Big Data analysis;

The best papers presented at the workshop will be published in a Special Issue of The International Journal of Computational Economics and Econometrics (IJCEE)