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Play Audio Professor Bruce Burton introduces the journal. Building on a long pedigree of finance research, the journal publishes international and innovative analyses and novel insights into financial markets worldwide.
The journal explicitly encourages methodological analyses of the issues arising from the use of qualitative methods in financial markets research as well as empirical articles addressing the following topics: The methodological underpinning of qualitative study in finance including reviews of recent developments Attempts to reform global banking systems, models and reputation Behavioral finance, both theoretical perspectives and empirical analyses Emotional finance, including the implications of unconscious influences on decision-making The role of market timing in relation to major corporate news releases Principal-agent relationships in the modern global financial environment Responses to changes in corporate governance regulations and structures Practitioner perspectives on external financing decisions Corporate communication and the transmission of price-sensitive information The effect of the sub-prime lending crisis on financial market structure and regulation Qualitative Research in Financial Markets is associated with the newly-formed Centre for Qualitative Research in Finance CQRF housed at the University of Dundee.
The Centre is now involved in a number of research projects and the first of what is hoped to be a bi-annual CQRF conference is currently being planned.
The Editor endeavours to give initial feedback to authors within 50 days following submission of their papers. Once accepted, individual articles are typeset, proofed and published online as the Version of Record within an average of 32 days, so that articles can be downloaded and cited earlier.
Qualitative Research in Financial Markets is indexed and abstracted in: For more information, please email collections emeraldinsight. This journal is a member of and subscribes to the principles of the Committee on Publication Ethics.
More on Emerald's approach is available in our Publication Ethics guidelines.Academics and researchers, accountants, auditors, bank managers, financial analysts and managers, regulatory and other governmental agencies from around the world. Contents IJBAAF publishes high quality empirical, theoretical and survey papers providing meaningful insights in accounting, banking.
International Journal of Finance and Banking Research (IJFBR) is an open access and peer-reviewed journal.
It serves as a forum for all the academicians, research scholars, scientists and also for the industry people to share their finance and banking views and to publish their scholarly papers. IJFBR welcomes submissions of complete and original research manuscripts, which are not under.
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It considers all aspects of economics and business, including those combining business and economics with other fields of inquiry.
IJEBR, unlike its sister title, Global Business and Economics Review, does not require that authors write papers about the. The Economics Scholars Program (ESP) is a collaborative effort between Austin College and the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas to foster the involvement of undergraduate economics students in all facets of research.
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