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HSPS: Hybrid Systems in Portfolio Selection

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Eleftheriadis I., Professor, Dept. of Business Administration, & Deputy Dean, University of Macedonia, Greece
Bekiros S., Assistant Professor, Dept. of Finance and Accounting, Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece & European University Institute, Florence, Italy
Loukeris N., Lecturer, University of Nicosia, Cyprus

Background and Goals

The volatility effect into an environment of noise, and bias, seeks new investment opportunities. The current theoretical approaches often lack the accuracy of a dailly trader. Chartists and fundamental analysts compete to make the largest profit possible in advanced financial or technical models. The heuristics, mimic nature, to provide new approaches to optimal Portfolio Selection considering the new trends in the domains of Deep Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Evolutionary Computation, Computational Intelligence, as well as the new developments in Portfolio Theory, Asset Allocation, Risk Management, and Behavioral Finance, Chaotic Dynamics, support new patterns of possible optimization.

Topics of Interests

– 1. Deep Learning

– 2. Machine Learning

– 3. Artificial Intelligence

– 4. Heuristics

– 5. Evolutionary Computation

– 6. Computational Intelligence

– 7. Hybrid Systems

– 8. Portfolio Selection

– 9. Optimal Portfolio Management

– 10. Asset Allocation

– 11. Risk Management

– 12. Behavioral Finance

– 13. Chaos Theory

– 14. Tsalis Statistics

Call for Papers
Important Dates
Chairs

Eleftheriadis I., Professor, Dept. of Business Administration, & Deputy Dean, University of Macedonia, Greece
Bekiros S., Assistant Professor, Dept. of Finance and Accounting, Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece & European University Institute, Florence, Italy
Loukeris N., Lecturer, University of Nicosia, Cyprus

Program Committee

Eleftheriadis I., Professor, Dept. of Business Administration, & Deputy Dean, University of Macedonia, Greece
Bekiros S., Assistant Professor, Dept. of Finance and Accounting, Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece & European University Institute, Florence, Italy
Loukeris N., Lecturer, University of Nicosia, Cyprus

Instructions for Authors
Contact us

nloukeris@uom.edu.gr