6th Annual International GSTF Conference on Qualitative and Quantitative Economics Research (QQE) 2016 Singapore

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  • Global Sci­ence and Tech­nol­ogy Forum (GSTF) will be hold­ing its 6th Annual Inter­na­tional Con­fer­ence on Qual­i­ta­tive and Quan­ti­ta­tive Eco­nom­ics Research (QQE) on May 3031, 2016 in Sin­ga­pore at the Fort Can­ning Hotel.

    Con­fer­ence Theme

    In the past, eco­nom­ics is pri­mar­ily focused on num­bers and sta­tis­tics. How­ever, with the intro­duc­tion of qual­i­ta­tive and quan­ti­ta­tive eco­nom­ics research, eco­nom­ics has evolved from the neo-​classical the­o­ries and instead can now be eas­ily under­stood and mean­ing­fully pre­sented with the ana­lyt­i­cal fore­casts of the num­bers and sta­tis­tics that are pro­duced. Qual­i­ta­tive eco­nom­ics refers to a direc­tion of change in some eco­nomic vari­able as related to change of some other eco­nomic vari­able. On the other hand, quan­ti­ta­tive eco­nom­ics uses a range of com­plex math­e­mat­i­cal and sta­tis­ti­cal pro­ce­dures to ana­lyze eco­nomic phe­nom­ena. These tech­niques help eco­nomic ana­lysts explain eco­nomic issues and under­stand human actions, group inter­ac­tions and communities.

    The QQE con­fer­ence is ded­i­cated in pro­vid­ing researchers, aca­d­e­mi­cians and stu­dents with a thor­ough under­stand­ing of the core tech­niques of quan­ti­ta­tive and qual­i­ta­tive eco­nom­ics as well as their strengths and lim­i­ta­tions. We also wel­come par­tic­i­pants to include their under­stand­ing of the qual­i­ta­tive and quan­ti­ta­tive appli­ca­tion to test eco­nomic the­o­ries and mea­sure mag­ni­tudes rel­e­vant for eco­nomic pol­icy and other decisions.

    Keynote Addresses

    • Dr. Ray­mond Li – School of Account­ing and Finance, Hong Kong Poly­tech­nic Uni­ver­sity, Hong Kong
    • Prof. Markus Brueck­ner – School of Eco­nom­ics, Uni­ver­sity of Queens­land, Aus­tralia: “Rent Extrac­tion by Cap­i­tal­ists
    • Prof. Benno Tor­glerQUT Busi­ness School, Eco­nom­ics and Finance, Queens­land Uni­ver­sity of Tech­nol­ogy, Aus­tralia: “Eco­nom­ics at the Edge

    Con­fer­ence Highlights

    Con­fer­ence Pro­ceed­ings: will be indexed by EBSCO, Cross­Ref, Pro­quest, Ulrich­sweb, PsycEX­TRA and will be sub­mit­ted to Sco­pus, Sci­enceDi­rect and Cabell’s Direc­to­ries amongst oth­ers, where applicable.

    Jour­nal: All authors who present their papers at the con­fer­ence will be invited to sub­mit an extended ver­sion of their research paper for the GSTF Jour­nal on Busi­ness Review (GBR). All accepted papers will be included in the GBR on a com­pli­men­tary basis (free-​of-​charge). GSTF GBR will be indexed by EBSCO, Cross­Ref, Pro­Quest, Ulrich­sweb, Cabell’s Direc­to­ries, Econ­Biz, Index­Coper­ni­cus, jour­nalseek and will be sub­mit­ted to Sco­pus, Sci­enceDi­rect and Google Scholar amongst others.

    Book: Selected authors will be invited to con­tribute book chap­ters in “Busi­ness Review: Advanced Appli­ca­tions” to be pub­lished by GSTF.

    Best Paper Awards and Best Stu­dent Paper Awards will be con­ferred at the con­fer­ence (in order to qual­ify for the award, the paper must be pre­sented at the conference).

    Panel Pro­pos­als are invited for sub­mis­sion. A min­i­mum of three papers cen­ter­ing on a spe­cific topic will be accepted for sub­mis­sion under Panel Cat­e­gory.

    Call For Papers

    Top­ics of inter­est include, but are not lim­ited to:

    • Micro­eco­nom­ics
    • Econo­met­rics
    • Macro­eco­nom­ics
    • Game the­ory and Eco­nomic Analysis
    • Eco­nom­ics of Uncer­tainty and Finance
    • Busi­ness Strategy
    • Math­e­mat­ics for economists
    • Prob­a­bil­ity Theory
    • Finan­cial Markets
    • Finance Research
    • Quan­ti­ta­tive Economics
    • Eco­nom­ics Research
    • Eco­nomic Development
    • Orga­ni­za­tional Eco­nom­ics and Cor­po­rate Finance
    • Behav­ioral Economics
    • Applied Macro­econo­met­rics
    • Applied Micro­econo­met­rics
    • Eco­nom­ics and Com­pe­ti­tion Policy
    • Processes and Estimation
    • Advanced Macro­eco­nomic Theory
    • Regres­sion Analysis
    • Lin­ear programming
    • Opti­miza­tion Techniques
    • Plan­ning Techniques
    • Plan­ning models
    • Advanced Sta­tis­tics
    • Time Series Analy­sis & Forecasting
    • Mon­e­tary Economics
    • Indus­trial Economies
    • Inter­na­tional Trade
    • Labor Economies
    • Demand pull inflation
    • Cost pull inflation
    • Gross National Product
    • Gross Domes­tic Product
    • Mon­e­tary policy
    • Fis­cal policy
    • Income pol­icy
    • Macro eco­nom­ics vari­ables & func­tional relationship
    • Con­sump­tion
    • Invest­ment & Savings
    • Sup­ply of money as func­tion of interest
    • Eco­nomic Model
    • Key­ne­sian Models
    • Par­tial Equi­lib­rium Model
    • Com­putable Gen­eral Equi­lib­rium Model
    • Deduc­tion Method
    • Induc­tion Method
    • Macro eco­nomic & Micro eco­nomic Problems
    • Unem­ploy­ment
    • Infla­tion
    • Mar­ket stability
    • Expan­sion and Con­trac­tion Busi­ness Cycle
    • Eco­nomic Growth
    • Neo­clas­si­cal model
    • Dynamic sto­chas­tic gen­eral equi­lib­rium DSGE Model
    • Agent-​based com­pu­ta­tional eco­nom­ics (ACE)
    • Inno­va­tion Economics
    • Game The­ory & Applications
    • Con­tract The­ory & Applications
    • Elas­tic­ity of products
    • Mar­kets under asym­met­ric information
    • Modes of Operation
    • Applied micro­eco­nom­ics
    • Macro The­ory of Distribution
    • The­ory of Prices
    • The­ory of Prod­uct Pricing
    • The­ory of Fac­tor Pricing
    • The­ory of Eco­nomic Welfare
    • Inter­na­tional trade
    • Inter­na­tional Finance
    • Mar­ginal Analysis


    Pro­gram Chair

    • Prof. Akhtar Hos­sain – New­cas­tle Busi­ness School, Fac­ulty of Busi­ness and Law, The Uni­ver­sity of New­cas­tle, Australia


    • Prof. N.V. Muralid­har Rao – Edu­ca­tional Hard­ware Divi­sion, BITS Pilani, India
    • Dr. Chan­chal Chopra – Janki Devi Memo­r­ial Col­lege, Uni­ver­sity of Delhi, India

    Pro­gram Committee

    • Prof. Anthony Courakis – Depart­ment of Eco­nom­ics, Uni­ver­sity of Oxford, United Kingdom
    • Prof. X. H. Wang – Depart­ment of Eco­nom­ics, Uni­ver­sity of Missouri-​Columbia, USA
    • Prof. Donna Ander­son – Uni­ver­sity of Wisconsin-​La Crosse, USA
    • Prof. Stephen Hall – Depart­ment of Eco­nom­ics, Uni­ver­sity of Leices­ter, United Kingdom
    • Prof. David Giles – Depart­ment of Eco­nom­ics, Uni­ver­sity of Vic­to­ria, Canada
    • Assoc. Prof. Tomoki Fujii – School of Eco­nom­ics, Sin­ga­pore Man­age­ment University
    • Prof. Raz­zaque H Bhatti – Bang Col­lege of Busi­ness, The Kaza­khstan Insti­tute of Man­age­ment, Kazakhstan
    • Prof. Jingfeng Lu – Depart­ment of Eco­nom­ics, National Uni­ver­sity of Singapore
    • Dr. B. Charu­mathi – Depart­ment of Man­age­ment Stud­ies, School of Man­age­ment, Pondicherry Uni­ver­sity, India
    • Dr. Paul Schure – Uni­ver­sity of Vic­to­ria, Canada
    • Dr. Celine Aze­mar – Uni­ver­sity of Glas­gow, United Kingdom
    • Dr. Ray­mond Li – The Hong Kong Poly­tech­nic University
    • Dr. Indranil Sen­Gupta – Depart­ment of Math­e­mat­ics, North Dakota State Uni­ver­sity, USA
    • Dr. Suresh Chan­dra Prad­han – Depart­ment of Aero­space Engi­neer­ing, Indian Insti­tute of Tech­nol­ogy Kharag­pur, India
    • Dr. Errol D’Souza – Indian Insti­tute of Man­age­ment, Ahmed­abad, India
    • Dr. V.J. Sebas­t­ian – Insti­tute of Man­age­ment Tech­nol­ogy, Ghazi­abad, India
    • Prof. David Shep­herd – West­min­ster Busi­ness School, Lon­don, United Kingdom
    • Assoc. Prof. Paola De Vin­cen­tiis – Bank­ing and Finance, Uni­ver­sity of Torino, Italy
    • Dr. Hanafiah Har­vey – Busi­ness and Eco­nom­ics, Penn­syl­va­nia State Uni­ver­sity, Mont Alto, USA
    • Dr Hyey­oen Kim – Uni­ver­sity of Leices­ter, United Kingdom
    • Dr. Amaresh Saman­taraya – Depart­ment of Eco­nom­ics, School of Man­age­ment, Pondicherry Uni­ver­sity, India
    • Dr. Mad­husu­dan Datta – Uni­ver­sity of Kalyani, India
    • Dr. Pulin B. Nayak – Depart­ment of Eco­nom­ics, Delhi School of Eco­nom­ics, Uni­ver­sity of Delhi, India
    • Prof. San­tosh Chan­dra Panda – Delhi School of Eco­nom­ics, Uni­ver­sity of Delhi, India
    • Dr. Meltem Ince – Uni­ver­sity of Cam­bridge, United Kingdom
    • Dr. Mona Ray – Depart­ment of Eco­nom­ics, More­house Col­lege, USA
    • Dr. Nai­lya Bagaut­di­nova – Insti­tute of Man­age­ment and Ter­ri­to­r­ial Devel­op­ment, Kazan (Volga Region) Fed­eral Uni­ver­sity, Russ­ian Federation
    • Dr. Michael Byal­sky – The Hebrew Uni­ver­sity of Jerusalem, Israel
    • Dr. Yulia Ver­takova – South­west State Uni­ver­sity, Russ­ian Federation
    • Dr. Vladimir Plot­nikov – Saint-​Petersburg State Eco­nomic Uni­ver­sity, Russ­ian Federation
    • Dr. Yun Yin – Uni­ver­sity of East Anglia, United Kingdom
    • Dr. Juliya Tsert­seil – Kazan (Volga-​Region) Fed­eral Uni­ver­sity, Russ­ian Federation
    • Prof. Michael Graff – Jacobs Uni­ver­sity Bre­men, Germany
    • Prof. Viswanathan Thangaraj – Alliance School of Busi­ness, Alliance Uni­ver­sity, Bangalore
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