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  • From: Steven M. Christensen <stevec at yoda.physics.unc.edu>
  • Date: Mon, 24 Jan 1994 10:40:09 -0400 (EDT)
  • Apparently-to: mathgroup-send at yoda.physics.unc.edu

        CALL FOR PAPERS : ECONOMETRIC APPLICATIONS IN FINANCE

A workshop on "Computing in Economics and Finance" sponsored by the 
International Federation of Automatic Control (IFAC) will be held on 8,9,10 
June 1994 at the University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The meeting is 
intended to cover both quantitative and qualitative methods for economics, 
finance and decision making. The program will include invited lectures, 
contributed papers, and discussions on recent developments and 
applications. Selected papers from the workshop will be published in a 
special issue of the Kluwer journal "Computational Economics."

You are invited to contribute to a session on ECONOMETRIC METHODS IN FINANCE 
to be held at this workshop. The session will focus on innovative uses of 
econometrics and computing resources to solve practical problems in 
finance. Please submit a detailed abstract (at least two pages) to Kit Baum 
(email, fax or hardcopy) at the address below no later than 1 February 1994. 
If accepted, a final version of the paper must be submitted by 1 May 1994. 
Please note that there will be no financial support for travel or lodging;
however, the registration fee will be modest. An information sheet (FAQ) 
about the workshop is available on request.


Kit Baum
Department of Economics
Boston College
Chestnut Hill MA 02167 USA
Internet: baum at bcvms.bc.edu
Tel: 617.552.3673
Fax: 617.552.2308
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