1st FENS Workshop “Financial Economics and Network Science”

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1st FENS Workshop “Financial Economics and Network Science”

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Deadline for participant registration:

University of Greenwich - Department of International Business and Economics

Type

Workshops

Location

Country: United Kingdom

City: London

We invite authors to submit abstracts to the Workshop on “Financial Economics and Network Science” to be held at the University of Greenwich, Department of International Business and Economics on 19th May 2017. 

The aim is of this workshop is to bring together practitioners of Finance, Time Series Econometrics and Network Science to foster interdisciplinary collaborations and novel approaches to the study of financial systems.

Abstract are invited for the proposed workshop in all areas related to the Theme. Theoretical as well as empirical/experimental works are welcome. Topics of interest include, but not limited to, the following:

  1. Determinants of cross-listings
  2. Stocks with multiple cross-listing destinations
  3. Geography of firms’ listings on international stock exchanges
  4. General asset pricing
  5. Networks methods for time-series analysis with application in risk portfolio management and assets allocation
  6. Network Analytics in/for finance
  7. Empirical network analysis centred on financial flows, exposures and markets
  8. Modelling approaches to quantify interdependent financial risks
  9. Centrality measures in financial networks

 

The workshop will host four keynote speakers and a limited number of selected presentations. Coffee-breaks and buffet-lunch will be offered to all the participants.

Submissions should be sent via easychair following this link

 

The deadline for abstract submissions is April 16, 2017. 

A formal decision will be made by April 30, 2017.

 

The organizing and scientific committee:

Dr Francesco Guidi, University of Greenwich,  Personal homepage

Dr Nicola Perra, University of Greenwich, Personal homepage


Key Speakers Include:

Dr. Fabio Caccioli, UCL

Prof. Guido Caldarelli, IMT

Dr. Larry Su, Coventry University

Prof. Menelaos Karanasos, Brunel University