6th International Workshop on “Financial Markets and Nonlinear Dynamics” (FMND), 2-3 June 2022, Paris


Welcome to the 6th edition of International Workshop in Financial Markets and Nonlinear Dynamics (FMND, June 2-3, 2022, Paris). We are happy to organize this event, allowing both scholars and finance professionals alike to exchange and confront innovative and thought-provoking ideas about financial market dynamics and nonlinear econometrics.


The Workshop will take place in Paris from 2 to 3 June 2022.


International Association for Applied Econometrics (IAAE)

Economic Modelling




Keynote Speakers:


Prof. James HAMILTON (University of California, San Diego, the USA)

Prof. Esfandiar MAASOUMI (Emory University, the USA)

Prof. Barbara ROSSI (University of Pompeu Fabra, Spain)




Prof. Gilles DUFRENOT (Aix-Marseille University, France)

Prof. Fredj JAWADI (University of Lille, France)


The submission system is managed via the Workshop website. Please submit your full paper in PDF format, following the instructions there. You may also want to look at the Call for Papers to see the exact list of topics covered by the conference. You can also submit your paper by email at: nd.mm2012@gmail.com


There are interesting publishing opportunities associated with the workshop, in particular some selected papers will be considered for publication in a special issue of Applied Economics, a special issue of Economic Modelling, a special issue of Econometrics Reviews, a special issue of Econometrics, a special issue of Studies in Nonlinear Dynamics and Econometrics, and a special issue of Computational Economics.


 We all look forward to welcoming you in Paris (on face to face!). The option of online workshop will depend on the evolution of the pandemic situation)!


Topics covered:   


We are looking for papers that might include (but are not restricted to) theoretical, experimental and empirical research in finance and/or econometrics in the following areas:


Financial Markets : Empirical Finance - Quantitative Finance-  Experimental Finance - Computational Finance - Behavioral Finance - Decentralised Finance - Stock Markets Dynamics - Exchange Rate Dynamics - Cryptocurrencies - Blockchains and crypto assets- Market Microstructure - High Frequency Trading  - Optimal trading - Market Analysis- Order Book Dynamics - Algorithmic Trading - Market Liquidity modeling - Electronic Market - High Frequency data analysis - Price Discovery - Market Organization - Market Regulation- Efficiency & Price dynamics - Asset Pricing Models – Portfolio Choice – Portfolio Insurance- Derivatives Pricing - Volatility Dynamics- Risk Management -Market imperfections- information asymmetry - Bubbles - Uncertainty & investor sentiment - Financial Intermediation - Banking and Investment – Central Banking- COVID-19 & Inflation Risk- Financial crisis - Extreme Risk and Insurance - VaR & CoVaR- Expected Shortfall- COVID-19 & financial markets – Pandemics and financial markets -COVID-19 & commodities - Energy Economics & Finance - Commodity Prices , etc.


Econometrics : Econometric Theory, Applied Econometrics, Financial Econometrics Financial Mathematics - Financial Engineering – Machine Learning- Nonlinear Dynamics - Copulas - Nonlinear Time Series - State Space Models - Threshold Modeling - Switching Regime Models - Markov Switching Models - Linearity and asymmetry Tests - Nonlinear Causality Tests - Nonlinear Panel Models – GARCH Modeling – STR-GARCH models - Long Memory Models- Chaotic Models- Quantile Panel Regressions - Neural Network models - Modeling Extreme events -Time Series - Cointegration and causality - Bayesian Analysis - Non Parametric Models - Wavelet and Spectral Analysis - Simulation Methods - Forecasting, etc.



Important dates

Please notice the following important deadlines:


Deadline for submission: February 28, 2022.

Notification of final decision: March 15, 2022.

Author Registration: March 15, 2022 - April 15, 2022.

Dates of the workshop: June 2-3, 2022.


Dates of the workshop: June 2-3, 2022.





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