Modeling with Impact



Prague Czech Republic

The next International Conference on Economic Modeling and Data Science (EcoMod2023) will take place in Prague, Czech Republic on July 3-5, 2023. The conference will be hosted by the Faculty of Economics and Management of Czech University of Life Sciences Prague.

The goal of the conference is to promote the exchange of ideas and experice among economists conducting quantitative analysis for policy and decision making in the public and private sectors.  The conference will cover all areas of applied economic modeling and data science.

Please submit papers: EcoMod2023 Paper Submissions

For details view: EcoMod2023 Conference page

EcoMod School of Modeling and Data Science

Decades of Experience

EcoMod School is at the forefront of the ever-evolving practice of policy modeling. All our faculty have extensive practical experience as leaders of modeling departments in major institutions, as software developers, prominent academics, and advisors to governments and businesses. The EcoMod School offers intensive applied modeling and AI/ML courses using the software Python, GAMS, Matlab, Dynare, Stata, and EViews.

EcoMod Summer School Prague, Czech Republic June 26-30, 2023

Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium (DSGE) Modeling Step-By-Step

Practical General Equilibrium Modeling with GAMS

Energy and Environmental CGE Modeling with GAMS

Overlapping Generation General Equilibrium Modeling with GAMS

Financial Social Accounting Matrices (FSAM): Building and Modeling Real-Financial Multiplier Models for Policy Analysis

Macroeconometric Modeling, Forecasting, and Policy Analysis using EViews

For more details please visit the following pages

EcoMod Schools

Full list of EcoMod courses

Featured Modeler

Claudio Morana

Claudio Morana is a Professor of Economics at the Department of Economics, Management and Statistics (DEMS) of the University of Milano-Bicocca (Italy), Director of the Center for European Studies (CefES-DEMS - University of Milano-Bicocca), President and Director of the Rimini Center for Economic Analysis - Europe (RCEA-Europe ETS). He was born in Turin, graduated in Economics from the University of Torino (Italy), and received my MSc in Economics from the University of Glasgow (UK) and PhD in Economics from the University of Aberdeen (UK).