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  • JFMI

    AIM AND SCOPE

    JFMI

    The aim of the Journal (link) is to publish high quality, original and rigorous research papers concerning broad areas of finance.

    Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:

    • Financial Institutions
    • Financial Markets
    • Risk Management
    • Investments
    • Corporate Finance

    A list of JEL classification items that are particularly suitable for the journal contents are:

    • F3 International Finance
    • F65 Economic Impacts of Globalization - Finance
    • G Financial Economics
    • O16 Economic Development - Financial Markets • Saving and Capital Investment • Corporate Finance and Governance

    Contributions can be of an empirical or analytical nature.

    Articles should provide new insights that can significantly contribute to advancing knowledge on financial institutions, markets and corporate finance. Contributions should address useful research questions, have a sound and robust research design and a rigorous methodological approach.

    The adoption of multidisciplinary approaches and methodologies is welcome.

    The Journal of Financial Management, Markets and Institutions is an editorial enterprise launched in 2011 by ADEIMF, the Italian Association of Scholars of Economics and Management of Financial Institutions and Markets.

  • JFMI The Journal of Financial Management, Markets and Institutions Permanent Call For Papers

    The Editorial Board welcomes submissions of papers to be considered for future JFMI publication.
    The mission of the JFMI is to provide new insights that can significantly contribute to advancing knowledge regarding financial institutions, markets and corporate finance. Potential contributions should address useful research questions, have a sound and robust research design and a rigorous methodological approach. They can be of an empirical, analytical, or clinical nature. The Journal encourages the submission of papers which are based on a multidisciplinary approach that reflects the diversity of the different research areas in finance.