Behavioral Economic Issues, Policies and their Impact on Chinese Financial Markets
Cogent Economics & Finance and Conference for Young Scholars welcome submissions to a special issue on ‘Behavioral Economic Issues, Policies and their Impact on Chinese Financial Markets’.
Behavioral economics has become one of the most important subjects within the broader area of economics and finance. The Chinese economy is one of the most important in the world, with its rapidly developing financial markets - well-known for their uniqueness with regards to regulations, policies and investment behavior - key in global portfolios.
It is therefore timely and valuable to bring together research articles that reflect important issues within behavioral economics, focusing on policy changes, trader behavior and the connection between trade and financial markets globally. Authors should also consider the overall impact of behavioral economics on China's financial markets.
Deadline for submission: 30 September 2019
Young Scholars conference: December 2019
How to submit
We encourage contributions covering a range of topics, in particular:
- Applied work specializing in behavioral economics
- Behavioral finance
- Computational economics
- Computational finance
- Agent-based modelling
- Market microstructure
- Systemic risk
- Cross-asset behavior
- Fintech and related areas
We also welcome research that looks at the modelling, prediction and forecasting of financial markets and that examines the link between financial markets and macro-economy across different countries and asset types. Research that explores the impact of policy and regulatory changes on financial markets and the rise of algorithmic trading and AI is also welcomed.
- Xin Li, Beijing Normal University, China
- Junhuan Zhang, Beihang University, China
- David McMillan, University of Stirling, UK
- Jing Chen, Cardiff University, UK