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ICFDM 2014 : Third International Conference on Futures and Derivative Markets


When Oct 31, 2014 - Nov 1, 2014
Where Shanghai
Submission Deadline Sep 15, 2014
Notification Due Sep 30, 2014
Categories    finance   futures   DERIVATIVES

Call For Papers

Third International Conference on Futures and Derivative Markets
31 October-1 November, 2014

Shanghai Futures Exchange, Shanghai, China


The Shanghai Institute of Futures and Derivatives (a subsidiary of Shanghai Futures Exchange), Renmin University of China and Beihang University are jointly organizing a conference on the topic of derivative market complexities and their adaptive strategies. This conference aims to join academics, futures industry professionals and policy makers from China and abroad to discuss developments and emerging risks of derivative markets; to research current problems and progress in practical applications; and to discuss policy recommendations. Papers can be presented either in English or Chinese and the latter will be included in a special session.

Submission: Complete papers should be sent to by September 15, 2014. Feel free to send any enquiries to this address as well.

Participation: There is no registration fee for the conference. Presenting authors (one for each paper) will be provided two nights of accommodation at a hotel close to Shanghai Futures Exchange. Announcement of accepted papers will be made by September 30, 2014.

Publication: English language papers accepted for the conference are eligible to be considered for publication in the JOURNAL OF FUTURES MARKETS in a special issue devoted to the conference. Chinese language papers are eligible for publication in MANAGEMENT WORLD (《管理世界》). If you wish your paper to be considered for publication in the JFM or MW; please indicate so in your email. Papers will be reviewed for the JFM or MW upon receipt using its normal criteria. Note that the acceptance of a paper is not a guarantee of publication by the JFM or MW. All papers will go through the journal’s blind review process. The JFM will accept around four or five papers for inclusion in the special issue.

Conference Organizers: Hui GAO (Shanghai Institute of Futures and Derivatives), Liyan HAN (Beihang University), Ke TANG (Renmin University of China) and Changyun WANG (Renmin University of China)

Program Committee: Jun CAI (City University of Hong Kong), Jaime CASASSUS (Universidad Catolica de Chile), Guotai CHI (Dalian University of Technology), Joseph FUNG (Hong Kong Baptist University), Renhai HUA (Nanjing University of Finance and Economics), Jangkoo KANG (KAIST, Seoul, Korea), Tong Suk KIM (KAIST, Seoul, Korea), Donald Lien(University of Texas at San Antonio), Peng LIU (Cornell University), Yiuman TSE (University of Missouri - St. Louis) , Robert WEBB (University of Virginia), Chongfeng WU (Shanghai Jiaotong University), Jian YANG (University of Colorado), Li YANG ( University of New South Wales)

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