The First & The Second Call for Papers

The Second International Econometric Conference of Vietnam - ECONVN2019, 14-16 January Hochiminh City

THE FIRST CALL FOR PAPERS

 The Second International Econometric Conference in Vietnam - ECONVN2019
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, January 14 -16, 2019
 

Beyond Traditional Probabilistic Methods in Economics

The Conference: The FIRST ECONVN2018 was focusing on the main theme "Econometrics for Financial Applications" with contributed papers published in the Springer Series in Computational Intelligence, # 760, 2018.

This Second Conference (ECONVN2019) will be devoted to recent improved methods for economic data analysis, under the theme Beyond Traditional Probabilistic Methods in Economics.

The theme arises at a critical moment where, starting at the dawn of this century, there are serious concerns about the way statistics was used in analyzing economic data for real-world applications, exemplided by the misuse of P-values in hypothesis testing, the confusion between fitting data and prediction ("to explain or to predict"), the potential contribution of machine learning to statistical analysis, the problem of modeling structural changes in data, and, in view of the 2017 Nobel Prize in Economics for Behavioral Economics, a fresh look at cognitive decision-making, affecting predictive modeling of financial data, in particular, namely extending traditional von Neumann’s expected utility theory (for economic equilibria) to a more realistic framework in which non-additivity and non-commutativity of uncertainty measures can be captured (a promising approach is the use of "quantum-like probability").

While the theme is the focus of the Conference, all other research in Economics,

especially in Finance and Banking, are welcome.

Accepted papers will be published in the Springer Series in Computational Intelligence (SCOPUS).

 

Timing:  January 14-16, 2019

Venue:  Banking University HCMC (BUH), Thu-Duc Campus, Ho-Chi-Minh City, Vietnam

Conference website: http://hcm-hn.conference-econ-buh-bav-rist.vn

Point of contact: vietnam.buh.econvn@gmail.com

   Tel: (84) 28.382.102.38 – (84)1696 320 258 - Ms Diem

Submission deadline: July 1, 2018

Instructions for Submissions:

  • Get your account on EasyChair (then click on Conferences, on ECONVN2019) and submit your PDF files to EasyChair. 
  • Make sure your PDF files have Authors' EMAILS on them for correspondence.

          Accepted papers will be either

Published in a Springer series (Scopus/ISI - Proceeding index);

Other journals (To be announced). 

Registration fee
            1. Presenters

  • Presenter + one accompanying person              USD 200/VND 4,500,000
  • Student + one accompanying person                 USD 100/ VND 2,250,000

            2. Participants:

  • General                                                            USD 80/VND 1,800,000
  • Student                                                            USD 30/VND 675,000

Registration fee includes: 1. Conference bag   2. Refreshments   3. Lunches
 **Information is subject to change without notice

Plenary invited speakers (Tentative)

William Briggs (USA):

          Possible Alternatives for P-Values

 

Vladik Kreinovich (USA):

          What is BIG DATA?

 

Tonghui Wang (USA), TBA

 

Hung T. Nguyen (USA & Thailand):

          What is Behavioral Economics?

 

Galit Shmueli (Taiwan):

          Predictive Modeling in Econometrics

 

Lanh T. Tran (Indiana University, USA):

          Can we Beat the Market?

 

Akira Namatame (Japan), TBA

 

Michio Sugeno (Japan), TBA

 

Emmanuel Haven (Canada):

         Quantum-like Concepts in Finance

 

David Trafimov (USA):

          Why I Banned P-Values in Hypothesis Testing?

 

Boualem Dejhiche  (KTH, Sweden):

          Financial Mathematics 

 

Paulo Fraga Martins Maio (Finland), TBA

 

Yukalov Vyacheslav (Russia), TBA

 

Niels Haldrup (Denmark):

           A Parametric Factor Model for the Term Structure of Mortality

General Chair

 Bui Huu Toan

Administrative Committee

 Nguyen Duc Trung (Chair)

 Doan Thanh Ha ( Co - Chair)

Organizing Committee

Chair: Nguyen Ngoc Thach

Secretary: Pham Thi Thuy Diem

Secretary Assistant: Ta Quoc Bao &  Le Trung Nhan

Scientific Committee

Chair: Hung T. Nguyen (USA & Thailand)

Members:

Vladik Kreinovich (USA)

William Briggs (USA)

Tonghui Wang (USA)

David Trafimov (USA)

Galit Shmueli (Taiwan)

Le Si Dong (Vietnam)

Nguyen Ngoc Thach (Vietnam)

Ta Quoc Bao (Vietnam)

Lanh T. Tran (USA)

Akira Namatame (Japan)

Songsak Sriboonchitta (Thailand)

Pham Van Kien (Vietnam)

Poom Kumam (Thailand)

Boualem Djehiche (Sweden)

Emmanuel Haven (Canada)

Niels Haldrup (Denmark)

 

THE SECOND CALL FOR PAPERS

 The Second International Econometric Conference in Vietnam - ECONVN2019
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, January 14 -16, 2019
 

Beyond Traditional Probabilistic Methods in Economics

The Conference: The FIRST ECONVN2018 was focusing on the main theme "Econometrics for Financial Applications" with contributed papers published in the Springer Series in Computational Intelligence, # 760, 2018.

This Second Conference (ECONVN2019) will be devoted to recent improved methods for economic data analysis, under the theme Beyond Traditional Probabilistic Methods in Economics.

The theme arises at a critical moment where, starting at the dawn of this century, there are serious concerns about the way statistics was used in analyzing economic data for real-world applications, exemplided by the misuse of P-values in hypothesis testing, the confusion between fitting data and prediction ("to explain or to predict"), the potential contribution of machine learning to statistical analysis, the problem of modeling structural changes in data, and, in view of the 2017 Nobel Prize in Economics for Behavioral Economics, a fresh look at cognitive decision-making, affecting predictive modeling of financial data, in particular, namely extending traditional von Neumann’s expected utility theory (for economic equilibria) to a more realistic framework in which non-additivity and non-commutativity of uncertainty measures can be captured (a promising approach is the use of "quantum-like probability").

While the theme is the focus of the Conference, all other research in Economics,

especially in Finance and Banking, are welcome.

Accepted papers will be published in the Springer Series in Computational Intelligence (SCOPUS).

 

Timing:  January 14-16, 2019

Venue:  Banking University HCMC (BUH), Thu-Duc Campus, Ho-Chi-Minh City, Vietnam

Conference website: http://hcm-hn.conference-econ-buh-bav-rist.vn

Point of contact: vietnam.buh.econvn@gmail.com

   Tel: (84) 28.382.102.38 – (84)1696 320 258 - Ms Diem

Submission deadline: July 15, 2018

Instructions for Submissions:

  • Get your account on EasyChair (then click on Conferences, on ECONVN2019) and submit your PDF files to EasyChair. 
  • Make sure your PDF files have Authors' EMAILS on them for correspondence.

          Accepted papers will be either

Published in a Springer series (Scopus/ISI - Proceeding index);

Other journals (To be announced). 

Registration fee
            1. Presenters

  • Presenter + one accompanying person              USD 200/VND 4,500,000
  • Student + one accompanying person                 USD 100/ VND 2,250,000

            2. Participants:

  • General                                                            USD 80/VND 1,800,000
  • Student                                                            USD 30/VND 675,000

Registration fee includes: 1. Conference bag   2. Refreshments   3. Lunches
**Information is subject to change without notice

Plenary invited speakers (Tentative)

William Briggs (USA):

          Possible Alternatives for P-Values

 

Vladik Kreinovich (USA):

          What is BIG DATA?

 

Tonghui Wang (USA), TBA

 

Hung T. Nguyen (USA & Thailand):

          What is Behavioral Economics?

 

Galit Shmueli (Taiwan):

          Predictive Modeling in Econometrics

 

Lanh T. Tran (Indiana University, USA):

          Can we Beat the Market?

 

Akira Namatame (Japan), TBA

 

Michio Sugeno (Japan), TBA

 

Emmanuel Haven (Canada):

         Quantum-like Concepts in Finance

 

David Trafimov (USA):

          Why I Banned P-Values in Hypothesis Testing?

 

Boualem Dejhiche  (KTH, Sweden):

          Financial Mathematics 

 

Paulo Fraga Martins Maio (Finland), TBA

 

Yukalov Vyacheslav (Russia), TBA

 

Niels Haldrup (Denmark):

           A Parametric Factor Model for the Term Structure of Mortality

General Chair

 Bui Huu Toan

Administrative Committee

 Nguyen Duc Trung (Chair)

 Doan Thanh Ha ( Co - Chair)

Organizing Committee

Chair: Nguyen Ngoc Thach

Secretary: Pham Thi Thuy Diem

Secretary Assistant: Ta Quoc Bao &  Le Trung Nhan

Scientific Committee

Chair: Hung T. Nguyen (USA & Thailand)

Members:

Vladik Kreinovich (USA)

William Briggs (USA)

Tonghui Wang (USA)

David Trafimov (USA)

Galit Shmueli (Taiwan)

Le Si Dong (Vietnam)

Nguyen Ngoc Thach (Vietnam)

Ta Quoc Bao (Vietnam)

Lanh T. Tran (USA)

Akira Namatame (Japan)

Songsak Sriboonchitta (Thailand)

Pham Van Kien (Vietnam)

Poom Kumam (Thailand)

Boualem Djehiche (Sweden)

Emmanuel Haven (Canada)

Niels Haldrup (Denmark)

 

 

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