INSTRUCTION FOR AUTHORS:
The official languages of the conference are French and English. The slides will be either in French or English.
It is necessary to make a short abstract in French as well as a short one in English
Poster sessions are planned and it is therefore possible to choose the poster option at the time of submission (if you choose an oral presentation, the Scientific Committee nevertheless reserves the right to offer you participation for the poster session only).
Submissions are made exclusively by electronic means according to the following guidelines:
Articles can be written either in French or English
Papers will be submitted exclusively in PDF format with a maximum of 45 pages including annexes
The cover page (first page) must include: (a) The full names of the authors, their affiliations and addresses (b) The title of the article (c) A summary of a maximum of 250 words in French and then in English d) A list of 3 to 6 keywords e) A list of 3 to 5 JEL codes (f) The words "correspondent" to indicate the author to whom correspondence relating to the article should be sent.
In addition to the body of the text (in French or English), the paper will include a bibliography.
The submitted work will be evaluated by a Scientific Committee. The symposium will include plenary and parallel sessions as well as a poster session.
Call for papers and sessions
CALL FOR SESSIONS
The conference invites proposals for sessions. Any researcher participating in the conference may propose to organize a session.
CALL FOR PAPERS
As part of the second edition of the International Conference on Statistics and Applied Economics (CISEA-2019) which will take place from 17 to 19 June 2019 at ENSEA in Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire, ENSEA is launching a call for papers intended for researchers, doctoral students and practitioners. This year's overall theme "Statistics and Digital Economy" highlights the role of statistics in the development of the digital economy. The conference will bring together leading academics, researchers, professionals, practitioners and experts.