The Society for Computational Economics (SCE) promotes computational methods in economics and finance. The SCE sponsors an annual scientific conference which focuses on the research interests of its members and encourages their participation.
Computational economics explores the intersection of economics and computation. These areas include agent-based computational modeling, computational econometrics and statistics, computational finance, computational modeling of dynamic macroeconomic systems, computational tools for the design of automated Internet markets, programming tools specifically designed for computational economics, and pedagogical tools for the teaching of computational economics. Some of these areas are unique to computational economics, while others extend traditional areas of economics to new areas through computational techniques.
Welcome from Lilia Maliar, New SCE President