Modeling with Impact




The next International Conference on Economic Modeling and Data Science (EcoMod2022) will take place in Ljubljana, Slovenia, on September 14 – 16, 2022. The conference will be hosted by the School of Economics and Business of the University of Ljubljana.

The goal of the conference is to promote the exchange of ideas and experience 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.


To learn more about EcoMod2022 and paper submissions please go to our Conference page for detals.


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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.

The EcoMod School will offer intensive applied modeling courses in Czech Republic and South Africa in 2022.

The courses offered in Prague, Czech Republic June 27-July 1, 2022

Practical General Equilibrium Modeling with GAMS

Energy and Environmental CGE Modeling with GAMS

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

Macroeconometric Modeling using EViews

The course offered in Durban, South Africa December 5-9, 2022

Practical General Equilibrium Modeling with GAMS

For more details please visit the following pages

EcoMod Schools

Full list of EcoMod courses

Featured Modeler

Mário Fortuna

Mário  Fortuna is a Full Professor of Economics at the Universidade dos Açores, Portugal, since 2003. He has taught or teaches Public Sector Economics, Public Policy, Econometrics, Business Finance, Economic Theory - micro and macro.  While in the US, between 1979 and 1983, taught at Boston College and Simmons College, in Boston. Professor Fortuna has published extensively on regional policy issues using econometric and CGE models. His research focuses on the Azores economy, on the European Union's outer-most regions, on tourism, on public finance, and on income support programs.