The FIRE project aims to be at the forefront in investigating of the possibilities, risks and effects of using new technology in connection with the use of financial information. One main objective is to provide knowledge for policymakers and politicians to constitute a solid basis for changes to the legislation so that it best meets future demands for more efficient business models, more accurate public services, more effective and fair taxation, and at the same time protects integrity.
With the aim of including more researchers in the FIRE project, we are now issuing a call for papers for the autumn 2022 FIRE conference. As a first step, we kindly ask you to send us an abstract of not more than 500 words describing the subject you would like to write your paper on. Abstracts should be submitted by 31st of August 2022 at the latest. A review committee will after that decide which papers that will be accepted and contributors will be noticed not later than 15th of September 2022. Accepted papers are to be finally submitted not later than 30th of November 2022 for a peer-review process. All papers that are accepted will be published in the first annual FIRE Anthology.
You find more information about the conference and call for papers here.