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First Conference on "Cliometrics and Complexity"

The First Conference on "Cliometrics and Complexity" on 9-10 June 2016, by the CAC team at the ENS de Lyon (France).

The scope of the conference is to bring together scientists interested in the use of complexity methods to improve our analysis of economic systems, especially their history, with a special focus on long economic and financial time series. We aim to combine usual approaches from social sciences (e.g. econometrics, cliometrics, finance, history…) with tools borrowed from physics, mathematics or data and computational science. Several questions will be at the heart of the conference : Methodological issues, Epistemological issues, Challenges raised by these new approaches to economic, social and institutional systems…

Among the Keynote speakers :
Pr Steven Durlauf (Univ. of Maddison, USA) / Field : Complexity economics
Pr Geoffrey Hodgson (University of Hertfordshire, UK) / Field : Institutional economics
Pr Michael Bordo (Rutgers Univ. and NBER, USA) / Field : Monetary and financial cliometrics
Pr Alan Kirman (Aix-Marseille School of Economics, France) / Field : Computational Economics
Jean-Philippe Bouchaud (Capital Fund Management) / Field : Statistical Physics

Note the important dates :
Deadline for submission : March 11, 2016
Authors’ notification : April 8, 2016
Deadline for Registration : May 14, 2016
No registration fee.

Please see more details in the accompanying
CALL FOR ABSTRACT (with Online submission form)
The organizers :
for CAC : Antoine PARENT (Sciences Po Lyon), Catherine KYRTSOU (Univ. of Macedonia), Fredj JAWADI (Univ. of Evry)
for IXXI : Pierre BORGNAT (CNRS, ENS de Lyon), Pablo JENSEN (CNRS, ENS de Lyon)