The deadline for submitting full papers is 20 Apr 2016 and the deadline for making a small revision, if necessary, is 14 Sept 2016 after the presentation of the paper.
The papers presented at the conference should be thematically related to applications of mathematics and statistics in economics and should fall in one of the following sections:
- Macroeconomics, Public Economics and Methodological Issues of Economics
- Social Economics, Economic Sustainability and Demographic Economics
- Financial Markets, Risk Measurement and Insurance
- Microeconomic Issues
- Multidimensional Statistics in Economics
Each paper will go through a double-blind peer-review process. The result will either be acceptance without reservations, acceptance after correction in accordance with reviewers comments, or refusal of the paper. Each paper must be presented at the conference.
The collection of conference papers will be sent for evaluation to be considered for inclusion into the Conference Proceedings Citation Index (CPCI), which is an integrated part of the Web of Science database maintained by Thomson Reuters. The past two AMSE conferences (i.e. AMSE 2014 and AMSE 2015) have already been successfully included into the CPCI.
Paper preparation guidelines
Two templates are available for preparing the conference paper according to the prevailing writing preferences in the academic community. A conference participant may either use a Microsoft ® Word template
or a TEX template
The paper must be prepared directly either in the Microsoft ® Word template or in the TEX template and all instructions must be respected if the paper be eligible for publication in the proceedings. The required length of the paper is from 8 to 15 pages. The paper must refer to the current level of knowledge and must use relevant references in it. The required number of references is between 6 and 18. The numbering of pages must remain automatic as it is in the template. When preparing equations or formulas in Microsoft ® Word, the Equation facility of Microsoft ® Word 2007/2010/2013 must not be used. Instead, equations may be written directly or using the older Microsoft Equation 3 capability (Insert/Object/Microsoft Equation 3).
Only original papers can be submitted and presented during the conference. Every author sending his or her paper is declaring originality of it. Each paper passing successfully the review process included in the proceedings will be published online and submitted to the Web of Science database.
Paper submission guidelines
The papers will be submitted online through the EasyChair conference system, which is accessible for the AMSE 2016 conference at
After clicking on this link the conference participant is kindly asked to create an account through which the paper can be managed during the review process and accessed in later stages. Perhaps some conference participants may have already an account with EasyChair, in which case they may choose to resend their password to their e-mail address under which they were registered at the time.
A Microsoft ® Word user will submit only the Microsoft ® Word file (only the doc format is allowed). A TeX user will upload in the EasyChair system only the pdf file, and will send the files producing the paper and its body (i.e. the TeX file as well as the associated external files such as graphics) compressed into one file (preferable in a zip format) by an e-mail to email@example.com.