AUSCOMM 2019 : 3rd Australasian Commodity Markets Conference
Call For Papers
A conference at Macquarie University to present and discuss high-quality research in all areas of economics and finance related to commodity markets, with an emphasis on – but not limited to – the Australasian aspects of commodity markets and energy risk.
The conference will be organized by Macquarie University’s Centre for Financial Risk.
- Lurion De Mello, Centre for Financial Risk, Macquarie University (Co-Chair)
- Stefan Trueck, Centre for Financial Risk, Macquarie University (Co-Chair)
- Pavel Shevchenko, Centre for Financial Risk, Macquarie University
- Abhay Singh, Centre for Corporate Sustainability and Environmental Finance, Macquarie University
Conference Venue: Macquarie University City Campus, 123 Pitt Street (Angel Place), Sydney, Australia
The Macquarie University City Campus is located in the heart of Sydney CBD. April is generally warm, clear and sunny and it’s great for visiting Sydney’s famous beaches.
A selection of papers presented at the conference will be considered for publication in the following journals:
- Journal of Commodity Markets
- International Review of Financial Analysis
- Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions & Money
- Finance Research Letters
Please submit your paper to: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=auscomm2019
The deadline for paper submissions is February 1, 2019. Earlier submissions are encouraged. Papers must be in pdf format.
Notification of acceptance: Will typically be sent within one month of submission, but no later than February 15, 2019.
- Academic Rate: A$400 (Early Bird, until January 31, 2019), A$500 (Standard Rate)
- Industry Rate: A$500 (Entire Conference), A$300 (One-Day Registration)
- Full-Time PhD Students: A$250
The registration includes lunch and refreshments, plus the conference dinner on April 4.
We welcome submissions from all areas of economics and finance related to commodity markets. Topics will include but are not limited to:
- Pricing, hedging, and risk analysis of commodity derivatives and derivatives portfolios
- Renewable energy and the transition of electricity markets
- Portfolio allocation/optimization including commodities
- Commodity trading strategies
- Financialisation of commodity markets
- LNG, coal and energy markets
- Econometric and statistical analysis of commodity markets
- Commodity markets decision making
- Real option analysis for commodity investments
- Carbon bubble and stranded assets
- Financial market analysis (risk factor models etc) for commodity markets
- Energy pricing issues in Australia and Asia
- Carbon pricing and emissions trading
- Weather derivatives, agricultural and other commodity markets
- Climate impacts on commodity markets
- Climate finance and economics
- Fintech in energy generation and delivery
Two full days of presentations with a conference dinner on Thursday, April 4. A tentative schedule will also be added to the conference webpages soon.
The conference website will be updated regularly:
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