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Editorial Policy

The Journal Frontiers in Finance and Economics is a refereed journal that publishes original, empirical, theoretical, and methodological articles.

It aims at developing the knowledge and practice of finance and economics, fostering top research in these areas and sharing ideas among scholars and practioners.

Research contributions include, but are not limited to, topics on : financial markets and institutions, securities pricing, financial engineering, emerging markets, international capital flows, country/political risk, foreign direct and portfolio investment, corporate governance, credit risk, monetary policy and investment theory, financial liberalization and innovation, sovereign debt issues, international trade, structural policies and economic adjustment, open economics issues, economic and financial globalization and integration, crisis and contagion effects, sustainable development, country and comparative studies, economic history, development, political economy, prospective studies and transition economies and their problems.


Frontiers in Finance and Economics is indexed/abstracted in: the Journal of Economic Literature, Econlit, E-Jel, IBSS (International Bibliography of the Social Sciences, The London School of Economics and Political Science),the British Library, Econlibrary, the 11th Edition of Cabell’s Directory of Publishing Opportunities in Economics and Finance, RePEc, SSRN, EBSCO, ESSEC, AERES.

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