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Economics - Economic Theory | Aims and Scope: Computational Economics

Aims and Scope: Computational Economics

Computational Economics serves as an interface for work which integrates computer science with economic or management science. Work published in the journal falls in the fields of symbolic information processing, numerical procedures, computational aspects of mathematical programming, hardware developments, operational research, artificial intelligence, user interfaces, database interfaces, and software research.

The topics of interest to Computational Economics include:

computational statistics and econometrics
decision theory and optimal control theory
applications and methodology of artificial intelligence in economics and management
computer software developments and modelling languages
operational research techniques in economics and management
computer hardware developments, array processing and parallel processing and their applications
database interfaces, query procedures and user interfaces in economics and management.

Computational Economics also publishes state of the art reports by invited authors, brief software reports, critical reviews and special issues devoted to the depth study of a particular topic.

Computational Economics is required reading for all those in the business field for whom the computer is more than just a desk-top executive toy.


Officially cited as: Comput Econ