ISBA Section on
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This was the first research workshop of the ISBA section on Economics, Finance and Business (EFaB).

EFaB promotes research and education on Bayesian methods in economics, finance and business, and academic-industry interactions and outreach across these areas. This inaugural meeting included tutorials by leading names in these areas, talks in scientific sessions covering a wide range of topical research and applications, a special session of talks by new researchers, poster presentations, and more.

Student and new researcher awards, including the EFaB@Bayes250 BEST, IBM & OUP Awards, were announced at the Bayes 250 Day banquet. Details of the award winners are available here.

Click on the above links for the detailed progam/schedule, abstracts, participants and sponsors.

EFaB@Bayes 250
Organising Committee: Abel Rodriguez, UCSC, ISBA/EFaB Program Chair, 2013-2014
Mike West, Duke University, ISBA/EFaB Section Chair, 2012-2013
Program Committee: Abel Rodriguez, UCSC, Program Committee Chair
Sylvia Frühwirth-Schnatter, Vienna University of Economics and Business
Mark Jensen, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Steve Scott, Google