We are proud that the last year’s event proved a huge success, attracting many outstanding contributions from academics, policy-makers and practitioners and providing a forum for critical discussion and research networking amongst them.
The goal of the ERFIN workshops is to promote modern quantitative methods (especially econometric models) and their applications in the field of finance. The workshops aim to showcase cutting edge research in the areas of financial markets, institutions, and instruments. They also provide an excellent avenue to obtain quality feedback, and it is an opportunity for networking among researchers, academics, and industry executives working in finance and allied areas. We invite high quality, original theoretical/applied empirical papers from faculty members, research scholars, and industry practitioners—both junior and senior researchers are encouraged to present their work. The schedule of this year’s edition of the workshop consists of regular competitive sessions as well as plenary sessions dealing with high-profile issues.
The fields suitable for this workshop may include (but are not limited to) the following: