Dear MASON users,
you might find interesting the following Call for Papers.
Please feel free to distribute it.
World Scientific journal "New Mathematics and Natural Computation" will
have a special issue on
Details can be found here:
for the pdf of the call for papers.
The special issue aims at bringing together the latest advances in
agent-based computational macroeconomics.
Authors are encouraged to submit high-quality original manuscripts
addressing any topic of interest for macroeconomics by using
Works focusing on the microfoundation phase of agent-based macroeconomic
models are of particular interest for the special issue. A few examples
are: (1) constructive critical discussions on the present state of the
art, (2) new methodologies for improving the microfoundation stage of
agent-based models such as estimation of artificial agents'
motives/behavioral rules, (3) interdisciplinary approaches to agents'
modeling, (4) the interaction between macroeconomic experiments and
Dec 15, 2014: Submission deadline
April 1, 2015: Notice of the first round review
Aug 1, 2015: Revision due
Oct 1, 2015: Final notice of acceptance / reject
Nov 15, 2015: Final manuscript due
Submissions should be done through the New Mathematics
and Natural Computation website:
If you are accessing the system for the first time as an Author,
please click on the above "Register Now" to register your
paper submission account. Once after you are granted a user
account and password, you can then use that user account and
password to submit your paper. Since you are submitting a
new paper, you will be asked to answer a number of
questions. The first one is the type of the paper. "Research
paper" is the answer. Then you will come all the way to
choose one of the three provided fields. This is important.
Please choose Economics. Then in the one of the final
questions, you are allowed to write down some comments to the
Please use this space to indicate that the paper is intended to submit to
the special issue on agent-based macroeconomics. Submitted papers will be
reviewed by at least two reviewers. The submission of a
manuscript implies that it is the authors' original unpublished
work and is not being submitted for possible publication
Gianfranco Giulioni ([log in to unmask])