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Computational Economics

Computational Economics

Editor-in-Chief: Hans M. Amman

ISSN: 0927-7099 (print version)
ISSN: 1572-9974 (electronic version)

Journal no. 10614

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Hans M. Amman

University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
E-mail: amman@uva.nl

Editorial Board:

Jasmina Arifovic, Simon Fraser University, Canada

Christopher F. Baum, Boston College, USA

Stelios Bekiros, European University Institute, Italy

David Belsley, Boston College, USA

Shu-Heng Chen, National Chengchi University, Taiwan

Hennie Daniels, Erasmus University Rotterdam and University of Tilburg, The Netherlands

Christophe Deissenberg, Aix-Marseille University, France

Herman van Dijk, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands

John Geweke, University of Washington, USA

Manfred Gilli, University of Geneva, Switzerland

William Goffe, Pennsylvania State University, USA

L.-Y. He, China Agricultural University, China

Cars Hommes, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Andrew J. Hughes Hallett, University of St Andrews, UK

Fredj Jawadi, University of Lille, France

Michel Juillard, Bank of France, France

David A. Kendrick, University of Texas at Austin, USA

Mario Miranda, Ohio State University, USA

Anna Nagurney, University of Massachusetts, USA

Alfred L. Norman, University of Texas at Austin, USA

Louis F. Pau, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark

John Rust, Georgetown University, USA

Berç Rustem, Imperial College, UK

Pedro Soto-Acosta, University of Murcia, Spain

Charles Tapiero, New York University, USA

Peter Tinsley, University of London, UK

Marco Tucci, University of Siena, Italy

Harald Uhlig, University of Chicago, USA

Hal R. Varian, University of California at Berkeley, USA

Vela Velupillai, Madras School of Economics, India

Giovanni Villani, University of Bari, Italy

Ton Vorst, Free University Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Nick Vriend, University of London, UK

Peter Zadrozny, Bureau of Labor Statistics, USA

Stavros A. Zenios, University of Cyprus, Cyprus

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    The journal Computational Economics publishes scientific research in a rapidly growing multidisciplinary field that uses advanced computing capabilities to understand and solve complex problems from all branches in economics. The topics of Computational Economics include:

    ·         Computational methods in econometrics like filtering, bayesian and non-parametric approaches, markov processes and monte carlo simulation

    ·         Agent based methods, machine learning, evolutionary algorithms, (neural) network modeling

    ·         Computational aspects of dynamic systems, optimization, optimal control, games, equilibrium modeling

    ·         Hardware and software developments, modeling languages, interfaces, symbolic processing, distributed and parallel processing


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


    Computational Economics is the official journal of the Society of Computational Economics.

    Officially cited as: Comput Econ

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