About ISE 2022 International Symposium on Econometrics (ISE 2022) will be held during April 16-18, 2022 in Suzhou, China. This Conference will cover issues on Econometrics, Statistics, Financial engineering, Operational research and other Related Topics. It dedicates to creating a stage for exchanging the latest research results and sharing the advanced research methods in related fields.  Publication and Presentation Publication: All the accepted papers will be published by a peer-reviewed open access journal that can ensure the widest dissemination of your published work, for more information, please contact us ( Index: CNKI and Google Scholar Registration Fee Package A: Regular Attendance (No Submission Required) USD 400(RMB 2400) Package B: Regular Attendance+Abstract+Presentation USD 450(RMB 2700) Package C: Regular Attendance+Paper Publication+Presentation USD 600(RMB 3600) Contacts Email: ( Tel: +86 132 6470 2250 QQ: 1349406763 WeChat: 3025797047 Official Account: Academic Communications

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EconometricsEconometrics: methods and applicationsEconometrics, operations research and statisticsEconometrics and statisticsMultidimensional data analysisFinancial engineeringOperational researchFinancial mathematics and insuranceBusiness informaticsFinance: financial crises, risk management, financial marketsApplied mathematics in economy, management, logisticsThe classical multiple linear regression modelLeast squaresFinite-sample properties of the least squares estimatorLarge-sample properties of the least squares and instrumentalVariables estimatorsInference and predictionFunctional form and structural changeSpecification analysis and model selectionNonlinear regression modelsNonspherical disturbancesHeteroscedasticitySerial correlationModels for panel dataSystems of regression equationsSimultaneous-equations modelsEstimation frameworks in econometricsMaximum likelihood estimationThe generalized method of momentsModels with lagged variablesTime-series modelsModels for discrete choiceLimited dependent variable and duration modelsProbability and distribution theoryLarge sample distribution theoryComputation and optimizationData sets used in applications