M3E 2021 : The 9th International Conference on Monitoring, Modeling & Management of Emergent Economy
Call For Papers
Monitoring, Modeling & Management of Emergent Economy (M3E2) is a peer-reviewed international conference focusing on research advances and applications of nonlinear dynamics methods, econophysics and complex systems methodology of emergent economy.
The M3E2 Conference occupies contributions in all aspects of Computational Finance, Economics, Risk Management, Statistical Finance, Trading and Market Microstructure, Machine Learning technologies and tools, paradigms and models, relevant to modern financial engineering and technological decisions in the modern age. There is urgent general need for principled changes in postclassic economy elicited by current models, tools, services, networks and IT communication. Let’s to come, show your best practice, and envisage your future actions at the front line of high-tech economy.
Topics of interest:
Complex Cyberphysical Systems, Synergy, Econophysics, Economy of Agents
Information Systems and Technologies in Economics
Innovation Models of Economic Development
Machine Learning for Prediction of Emergent Economy Dynamics
Management of the State’s Economic Safety and Economic Safety of Economic Agents
Methods and Models of Artificial Intelligence in Economic Systems
Modeling of Hospitality Sphere Development
Models of Global Transformations
Monitoring, Modeling, Forecasting and Preemption of Crisis in Socio-Economic Systems
Monitoring, Modeling and Forecasting in the Banking Sector
Optimal Management of Socio-Economic Processes
Risk Management Models in Emergent Economy
The Dynamics of Emergent Markets in Crisis and Post-crisis Period
The Global Challenges for Economic Theory and Practice in Europe
Authors are invited to submit full (and original research) papers (at least 6 pages) including surveys, tutorials, perspective/colloquia articles in conference topics of interest through the HotCRP (https://notso.easyscience.education/m3e2/2021/) by January 10, 2020.
Research articles should present new material and not duplicate other papers already published or due to be published. They should contain sufficient background and motivation and they should present proofs, where applicable, or at least outlines of such in sufficient detail to enable an expert to complete them.
Submitted papers will be peer-reviewed by two reviewers on the basis of technical quality, relevance, originality, significance, and clarity. If necessary, a third, additional reviewer will be involved. The Program Committee will use these reviews to determine which papers will be accepted for presentation at the conference. The result of the reviewing will be announced to the submitting authors by email, along with reviewer comments, if any.
1. Submissions should be:
a) basically, correct and sound;
b) original (not published elsewhere partly or in full and not submitted to other venues for simultaneous consideration);
c) presented at the conference (at least one author of each article should attend to the conference);
d) in line with the scope of M3E2.
2. A maximum of two articles per author is accepted.
3. One paper shouldn't have more than five authors.
4. The number of references in the list of references should not be less than 10.
5. Self-citations should not exceed 10 %.
6. Authors are encouraged to refer to the Committee on Publishing Ethics (COPE) for all aspects of publication ethics (http://publicationethics.org/) and to strictly conform to the ethical rules described on https://www.shs-conferences.org/about-the-journal/publishing-policies-ethics
M3E2 2021 uses EDP Sciences two column format for the proceedings. Therefore, for preparing your submission please STRICTLY FOLLOW the SHS Web of Conferences Editorial Guidelines (https://www.shs-conferences.org/doc_journal/woc/shsconf_editorial_guidelines.pdf) and LaTeX2e guidelines (ftp://ftp.edpsciences.org/pub/web-conf). References should use the Springer Physics style, as shown in the 'Key Style Points: References' (https://www.springer.com/cda/content/document/cda_downloaddocument/Key_Style_Points_PhysRef.pdf).
In case you have never worked with the HotCRP system before, please create a HotCRP account by clicking "Create an account" link at the login form (https://notso.easyscience.education/m3e2/2021/newaccount). You will be offered to enter your email and click the 'Create account' button. The instructions for signing in to HotCRP would be sent to your email. After complete registration you should sign in and complete your profile (https://notso.easyscience.education/m3e2/2021/profile?redirect=1). Please list potential conflicts of interest - we use this information when assigning reviews. At the "New Submission" link of the M3E2 2021 (https://notso.easyscience.education/m3e2/2021/paper/new), please fill in the forms as requested by the instructions.
Odessa National University of Economics, Myrnyy Kurort, 71a Fontanska Road, Odessa, 65000, Ukraine
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