29th EUROPEAN Conference on Modelling and Simulation


ECMS 2015

Technical University of Sofia, Bulgaria

local pages: http://fa.tu-sofia.bg/te/ECMS2015/

May 26th - 29th, 2015
Albena (Varna),


Finance and Economics and Social Science (FES)
combined with Policy Modelling

ECMS papers are listed in DBLP, SCOPUS, ISI, INSPEC and DOI





The description for the PM-topics can be find at the end of FES description

The broad area of finance, economics and other social sciences is addressed by this track with the aim of exchanging state-of-the-art methods, techniques and models among the leading scholars of the field.

Topics include (but are not limited to) new developments in the areas of:


  • Investment banking

  • Risk management (VaR) and Risk Management Software

  • Automated trading systems

  • Corporate strategic planning

  • Securities trading and financial risk management

  • Investment management

  • Derivatives and financial assets valuation

  • Herding in Financial Markets

  • Behavioural Finance

  • E-Finance & E-trade


  • Public policy, population economics, environmental economics, health economics, mobility

  • Fiscal and monetary policy, demand/supply relationships, GBP, interest rates, exchanges rates

  • Project management

  • Agent-Based Computational Economics

  • Social and Economics Neural Networks

  • Artificial Economics

Social science:

  • Social simulation

  • Opinion dynamics

  • Game theory and behavioural sciences

  • Social and cultural dynamics

  • Social networks

  • Agent-based modelling

Policy Modelling topics

The 1960s and 1970s saw some first modelling and simulation attempts at advising policy makers. Half a century later it is the time to review the
current state of affairs in computer-assisted, simulation-based policy
modelling. This new track offers researchers an opportunity to submit
papers in a wide variety of application areas and from a wide variety of
simulation approaches, among them:

  • system dynamics for forecasting and for foreseeing alternative futures  microsimulation for forecasting national and regional demographic developments

  • participatory modelling and simulation in environmental management, land use change, urban development and other areas

  • supporting political decision making with scenario building

  • designing the whole cycle of policy analysis, modelling and simulation with integrated tools for stakeholder involvement

  • supporting the transformation and coding of natural language texts and conceptual models into formal simulation models

  • visualizing conceptual models and simulation results of complex policy contexts to stakeholders





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