ae2010 A Symposium in Agent-Based Computational Methods
in Finance and Economics

6th Edition
Conference Series
Paper Submission

[Call for Papers in pdf-format]

We invite you to submit your paper to the Artificial Economics 2010 Conference that will be held in Treviso (Italy) on September 9 and 10, 2010.


Submission of short version of the paper
Notification of acceptance
Final Paper Due
February 10th, 2010
March 20th, 2010
May 1st, 2010

All the submissions should respect Springer LATEX typesetting guidelines.
Manuscript preparation in LaTeX
[About LaTeX]

  • Springer document class file (to put in the same folder of your source tex-file): svmult.cls
  • Reference guide, a complete documentation on this class: refguide.pdf
  • Author instructions for contributed books: authinst.pdf. Use these instructions to set up your file and as a checklist before submitting the final version of your manuscript.

Detailed instructions for authors are available on Springer's website at this link.

Download the complete documentation of the SVMult tool package.
It contains additional materials you may need, such as the Springer MakeIndex style file and the Springer BibTeX styles. Find a full description of the content in the readme file.
Papers received after the deadline or not respecting the formatting or submitting rules will not be published.

A short version of the paper (5 pages long) presenting background literature, original issues addressed, some preliminary results and conclusions has to be submitted online in an Adobe Acrobat® (pdf) format file. Submission must be anonymous in order to guarantee a double-blind review for acceptance; please, upload a version of your work without naming authors [set: \author{No author}]

All submissions should be high-quality papers describing original, unpublished research in related scientific areas. They will be selected by the Programme Committee after a doule-blind review process based on quality, significance, originality/innovativeness, relevance, clarity and an overall assessment.

Papers accepted must be submitted in their final version (12 pages long) through the website.
Please, upload an archive file (*.zip folder) containing:
  • a camera ready version in an Adobe Acrobat® (*.pdf) format file
  • the source file in LaTeX format (*.tex)
  • all the images in EPS format (*.eps)
  • the bibliography file in LaTeX format (*.tex or *.bib)
  • any other source files used to produced the camera ready file

Authors are encouraged to send their final paper version before the deadline so that any formatting problems may be figured out and solved on time with the help of the proceeding editors.

  • Click on the  PROCEED WITH SUBMISSION  button.
    You will be redirected to the ConfTool Conference Administration WebPage.
  • Click on  REGISTER NEW  to create your account and/or  login .
  • Click on the  SUBMIT CONTRIBUTION  button and follow the on-screen guidance which takes you through the submission process. Please, read uploading specifications carefully. In particular, be sure to select the type of submission (short version or -alternatively- full paper).
Until the end of the submission deadline you have the opportunity to edit contribution details, upload revised versions of your paper(s) and/or withdraw your contribution. In order to do this, click on the corresponding menu items in the overview page (ie, page after login).