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The 2nd Crypto Asset Lab Conference by the Crypto Asset Lab of Università Milano-Bicocca, organised jointly with JRC, welcomes original works on all aspects of bitcoin and crypto assets, with a special interest in investment, banking, finance, monetary economics, and regulation.
Empirical works, fundamental theory approaches, and real-world case studies are all encouraged, with interdisciplinary efforts being particularly appreciated. Abstracts submission is open till August 15.
Call for papers
Selected high quality papers presented at the conference will be invited for submission to a special issue of the Economic Notes (EN) journal. All the submissions will be subject to the standard EN review process.
Please submit your abstracts using the form and guidelines on Crypto Asset Lab website.
Deadline for abstracts submission: 15 August 2020
Important dates: 27 August (acceptance notification), 27 September (full paper submission).
The conference is addressed to:
- Academics from economical, technical and juridical disciplines
- Practitioners and policy makers interested in sharing experiences with researchers
Registration is necessary for participation to the conference. Please use the online registration form to sign up.
This year's edition will take place as an online event.
The conference is free of charge.
Programme and speakersKEYNOTE TALK: Bloggers and Bitcoin Prices: A Textual Machine Learning Analysis Prof. Eric Ghysels, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Updates on the program will be available on the conference's website.
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