The Seventh International Econometric Conference of Vietnam - ECONVN2024
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, January 09-11, 2024

Main theme: 

KEYNOTE ADDRESS by Professor Jean TIROLE, NOBEL Laureate in Economics

We have witnessed recent developments in the partial identification approach in econometrics since the early 1990s. Therefore, the Seventh International Econometric Conference of Vietnam (ECONVN2024) aims to address the latest ideas and developments in econometrics for economics and related topics, emphasising the benefits and challenges of using partially identified models in empirical research. Selected papers will be published in the Springer series “Studies in Systems, Decision, and Control” (Scopus, DBLP, WTI Frankfurt eG, zbMATH, SCImago) and will be submitted for consideration in Web of Science (ISI).

At the Opening Session of ECONVN2024 on January 9, 2024, a keynote address will be delivered by Professor Jean Tirole, Nobel Laureate in economics and honorary chairman of the Foundation JJ Laffont-Toulouse School of Economics (TSE) and of the Institute for Advanced Study in Toulouse (IAST), and scientific director of TSE-Partnership. There will be a discussion with invited speakers, researchers, and policymakers. For a more comprehensive overview of Professor Jean Tirole’s works, please click the following link:

Venue: Ho Chi Minh University of Banking (HUB), 36 Ton That Dam Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Co-organizer: Vingroup Innovation Foundation

Format: A Hybrid Conference with both Online and Offline

Conference Date: January 9-11, 2024

Conference Website:

Point of Contact:
                             Tel: (84) 28.382.102.38

The Conference welcomes research contributions to all aspects of partial identification in econometrics, with special emphasis on, but not limited to different techniques:

●    Partial identification

●    Bayesian statistics and computation

●    Uncertainty formalisms

●    Modelling uncertainty and inconsistency in big data

●    Uncertainty modelling in machine learning and deep learning

●    Information fusion and knowledge

●    Aggregation operators

●    Copulas for dependence modelling

●    Information fusion and knowledge integration in uncertain environments

●    Etc.

and their applications to economics and econometrics.


Accepted papers must be presented at the Conference which will be published (a few months after the conference dates) in the Springer Volume, Series:
(Economics, Social and Life Science Classifications)
Indexed by SCOPUS, SCImago (submitted for Web of Science)

Important Dates:    

●     Paper submission deadline: August 31, 2023. September 15, 2023.

●     Notification of acceptance: October 1, 2023.

●     Camera-Ready Manuscript: October 31, 2023.

Instructions for Submissions:   

●    Get your account on EasyChair (then click on Conferences, on ECONVN2024) and submit your PDF files to EasyChair.


●     Make sure your PDF files have Authors' EMAILS on them for correspondence.

Registration Fee
            1. Presenters

●     Presenter + publication                   USD 200 (non-residents)/VND 7,000,000 (residents)

●     Student + publication                      USD 100 (non-residents)/VND 4,800,000 (residents)

            2. Participants:

●     General                                           USD 100 (non-residents)/VND 2,300,000 (residents)

●     Student                                            USD 30 (non-residents)/VND 1,000,000 (residents)

*Authors from Ho Chi Minh University of Banking (HUB) and Co-organizers are discounted by 50%.

Plenary Invited Speakers

  • Arnab Bhattacharjee (UK)


  • Boualem Djehiche (Sweden)


  • Calla Wiemer (Philippines)


  • Christian Bontemps (France)


  • Daniel S. Hain (Denmark)


  • Donald Poskitt (Australia)


  • Hung T. Nguyen (USA & Thailand)


  • Marc Hallin (Belgium)


  • Poom Kumam (Thailand)


  • Tonghui Wang (USA)


  • Vladik Kreinovich (USA)


  • William Briggs (USA)


  • Woraphon Yamaka (Thailand)


General Chair
Doan Thanh Ha (Chair)
Nguyen Duc Trung (Co-chair)
Nguyen Tran Phuc
Ha Thi Thieu Dao

Organizing Committee
Secretary:  Diem Thi Thuy Pham

Scientific Committee
Arnab Bhattacharjee (UK)
Bernadette Bouchon-Meunier (France)
Boris Choy (Australia)
Boualem Djehiche (Sweden)
Calla Wiemer (Philippines)
Cathy Chen (Taiwan)
Christian Bontemps (France)
Daniel S. Hain (Denmark)
Daniel Schmidt (Australia)
David Trafimov (USA) 
Donald Poskitt (Australia)
Duan Jin-Chuan (Singapore)
Poom Kumam (Thailand)
Galit Shmueli (Taiwan)
Irina Perfilieva (Czech Republic)
John Harding (USA) 
Katsuhiro Sugita (Japan)
Marc Hallin (Belgium)
Marc Paolella (Switzerland)
Mark Schaffer (UK)

Akira Namatame (Japan)
Michael Eichter (Netherlands)
Michael Wolf (Switzerland)
Michio Sugeno (Japan)
Nguyen Duc Trung (Vietnam)
Nguyen Ngoc Thach (Vietnam)
Niels Haldrup (Denmark)
Paulo Fraga Martins Maio (Finland)
Polina Khrennikova (UK)
Poom Kumam (Thailand)
Radim Jirousek (Czech Republic)
Rakesh Gupta (Australia)
Sa-At Nipong  (Thailand)
Tonghui Wang (USA)
Vilem Novak  (Czech Republic)
Vladik Kreinovich (USA)
Vyacheslav Yukalov (Russia)
William Briggs (USA) 
Mark Schaffer (UK)
Janusz Kacprzyk (Poland) 
Emmanuel Haven (Canada)
Polina Khrennikova (UK)
Toru Kitagawa (UK)
Woraphon Yamaka (Thailand)
Ying Chen (Singapore)

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Hotline: 028. 38 210 238