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Info-Metrics Institute | Conference, Fall 2010

Info-Metrics:
Theory and Applications in the Social Sciences


This conference is dedicated to the
memory of Arnold Zellner in recognition
of his many generous contributions
to science, the economics profession, and
to the Info-Metrics Institute.

In Memoriam


For further information, please

List of Participants


Fall 2010 Conference Proceedings

Review 2010 Conference Proceedings, including presenter's materials.


Conference Objectives

The objective of this Conference is to discuss and study the latest developments of Info-Metrics across the sciences.

Conference Topics

Conference topics include theory and methods and applications across the sciences.  Examples include:

  • Economics/Econometrics (Theory and Applications)
  • Finance and Risk Management
  • Social Sciences

Structure
  1. Paper presentations (sessions consisting of 3 papers and discussants).
  2. Invited Lecturers: TBA

Program Committee

Anil Bera (U Illinois, Urbana-Champaign)
Ariel Caticha (SUNY Albany)
Ramo Gencay (Simon Fraser U)
Amos Golan (American U)
Alastair Hall (U. Manchester)
Robin Lumsdaine (American U)
Esfandiar (Essie) Maasoumi (Emory)
Eric Renault (UNC)
Michael J. Stutzer (U.Colorado - Boulder)

 

Publications

Following the conference, the Econometric Reviews will publish a special issue on Info-Metrics. All papers accepted and presented at the conference are entitled to be submitted for that special issue (if they were not submitted elsewhere). All papers, contributed and invited, will be subject to the traditional review process. As usual, presentation and submission of a paper does not ensure publication.