Call for papers: Special issues on “The Measurement of Inequality and Well-Being: New Perspectives” and "Quantitative Finance and Economics" open for submission

The Measurement of Inequality and Well-Being: New Perspectives

Editor: Satya R. Chakravarty, Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata

Abstract: The theory of distributional analysis has recently witnessed the growth of several new branches and new results in traditional measurement problems. Some of these new branches are measurement of multidimensional inequality and poverty, measurement of polarization, measurement of vulnerability and health inequality measurement. New developments include inverse stochastic dominance, unit constancy, measuring chronic poverty, measuring inequality and poverty when needs differ and path independence. In order to make the frontiers of research in these areas more advanced, this special issue of the journal invites contributions on related topics.

Deadline for Paper Submissions: June 30, 2011

 

Quantitative Finance and Economics

Editor: Taisei Kaizoji and Mauro Politi, International Christian University, Tokyo

Abstract: We invite authors to submit papers for the Special Issue on “Quantitative Finance and Economics”. This special issue follows the "First Unconventional Workshop on Quantitative Finance and Economics" held at the International Christian University in Tokyo the 21st–23th of February 2011 (http://firstworkshop.mezoka.com/), but is open also to contributions not presented in it.

The special issue aims to present ideas around open problems and recent frontiers in quantitative finance and economics. Topics may include traditional as well as innovative quantitative finance and economics fields. Researchers and scholars from an interdisciplinary background are specially welcome. Preciselly, topics may include:

  • Statistical and probabilistic methods in economics and finance
  • Multiscaling analysis and modeling
  • Market microstructure modeling
  • Financial and economical networks
  • Agent-based models in economics and finance
  • Markets as complex adaptive systems
  • Crisis forecasting

Deadline for Paper Submissions: April 30, 2011