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Mon May 30 2016, 9:00am–6:00pm
Tue May 31 2016, 9:00am–6:00pm

Where: Hotel Fort Canning, 11 Canning Walk, Orchard Road, Singapore

Restrictions: All ages


Listed by: kenneth99q

Important Dates
*Extended Full Paper Submission Deadline: 12 February 2016
Early Bird Registration Deadline: 4 March 2016
Late Registration Deadline: 28 March 2016
Conference Dates: 30 - 31 May 2016

Keynote Addresses
Prof. Markus Brueckner, University of Queensland, Australia
Prof. Benno Torgler, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Dr. Raymond Li, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong

Conference Theme
The Qualitative and Quantitative Economics Research Conference aims at presenting a platform to the researchers, academia, business leaders, policy makers and the students to explore innovative ways of finding solutions to various economic problems through qualitative and quantitative research techniques.These techniques have become indispensable in dealing with various economic issues, be it forecasting future growth of countries, estimating capital inflows and outflows, taking the pulse of stock markets or fearing exchange rate jitters to the economies.The policy makers and business leaders do make their decisions based on well researched propositions.

The world economy is going through a rough path of growth and stability though US has shown better growth and Europe also improving, but China going down has raised new issues and problems. All the economies aim at sustainable growth and prosperity. It is very relevent to explore into these issues.

The QQE 2016 invites papers on the theme "International Economic and Financial Stability and Development: New Challenges and Perspective." The papers may include the following topics though not limited to them.

Inequality and Poverty
Financial Inclusion
Fiscal Consolidation
Interest Rates Differentials
Labour Markets and Migration
Global Value Chains
International Oil Prices
Capital Account Liberalization
Public Debt and Sustainability
Employment and Wage Rates
Capital Markets
Macro Prudential Policies
Banking Funding Strategies
Global Financial Imbalances
Managing Impact of Climate Change on Development
Corporate Governance Practices
Foreign Investment
Foreign Exchange Volatility
Stock Markets

*as we have received requests for extension from several authors