1st Inaugural International Conference on Econometrics and Business Analytics (iCEBA)

July 15-17, St. Petersburg, Russia
Theme of this year's conference is Modeling Dependence in Econometrics and Business Analytics.
The 1st International Conference on Econometrics and Business Analytics (iCEBA) 2021 invites submissions of papers or extended abstracts in the fields of econometrics and business analytics.


iCEBA 2021 is organized by the Center of Econometrics and Business Analytics (CEBA) at Saint Petersburg State University, Russia.
The Conference will be held from Thursday, July 15 to Saturday, July 17, 2021 in a hybrid format.
iCEBA 2021 will serve as a premier forum to bring together researchers from all fields of econometrics and business analytics with a focus on dependence modeling.

Confirmed keynote and invited speakers include:
Umberto Cherubini (University of Bologna)
Martin Huber (University of Fribourg)
Andrew Patton (Duke University)
Stan Uryasev (Stony Brook University)

Last day of the conference will feature a mini course on causal machine learning delivered by Professor Martin Huber (University of Fribourg).
iCEBA 2021 will feature a wide range of topics in econometrics and business analytics including but not limited to:
1
Endogeneity in economic models
2
Dependence in time-series
3
Robust econometric and statistical inference
4
Heavy tails and tail dependence in finance
5
Machine learning methods for dependence modeling in economics and finance
6
Agent-based methods for dependence modeling in economics and finance
7
Optimization methods for dependence modeling in economics and finance
8
Network analysis in economics and finance
9
Panel methods for economic analysis
Submissions on other topics in theoretical and applied econometrics, quantitative finance, optimization and computer science with applications to business and economics are also welcome.

The conference seeks full papers but extended abstracts of no less than two pages will also be considered.

A special issue of the journal Dependence Modeling dedicated to the conference will consider a selection of full paper submissions for publication.
Important Dates:

Submission deadline: June 1, 2021

Acceptance notification: June 15, 2021

Conference dates: July 15-17, 2021

Special Issue submission deadline: August 18, 2021
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Program Committee
Giuseppe Cavaliere (Italy)
Umberto Cherubini (Italy)
Martin Huber (Switzerland)
Rustam Ibragimov (UK)
Alexander McNeil (UK)
Alexey Onatskiy (UK)
Christopher Parmeter (USA)
Andrew Patton (USA)
Artem Prokhorov (Australia)
Alexander Semenov (USA)
Pavel Shevchenko (Australia)
Stan Uryasev (USA)
Organizing Committee
Liudmila Gadasina
Dmitry Grigoriev
Rustam Ibragimov
Alexander Semenov
Anton Skrobotov