The purpose of Journal of Money, Investment and Banking is to
publish rigorous, original articles dealing with money,
investment, international banking and finance. Theoretical and
empirical papers will be considered. Features of the journal
include research papers, research notes, discussion articles,
book reviews, software reviews, editorials and letters.
Journal of Money, Investment and Banking aims at providing an international forum for applied research
on financial markets, including the bond and equity markets,
derivative securities markets, the foreign exchange market,
corporate finance, international economics, economic development,
international finance, international banking and portfolio
management, financial economics, international political
economy, financial analysis, financial market regulation,
financial risk analysis, transition economies, corporate
finance, exchange rate modeling, forecasting financial markets,
economic policy, monetary and fiscal policy decision-making,
portfolio and asset management, pricing and risk of financial
instruments, and advances in financial econometrics and statistics.
Published by Banking Research International (BRI) -
Seychelles, Journal of Money, Investment and Banking is a peer-reviewed
international research journal, which aims to publish articles
of high quality dealing with issues in money, investment,
international banking and finance. The journal aims at
publishing research articles, special issues, proceedings of
international conferences and short research notes particularly
in these areas: international banking, money, international
finance, investment, financial economics, e-banking and
e-finance, financial analysis, risk management, financial
derivatives, mathematical finance, financial accounting,
financial engineering, credit rating.
The journal has an international editorial and advisory
board, representing all areas of money, investment,
banking and related disciplines.
Journal of Money, Investment and Banking is intended to serve as an
outlet for theoretical and empirical research in all areas of
finance and banking. These include, but are not
limited to the following:
international financial institutions; exchange rates; open economy
macroeconomics; and international finance. The journal
encourages the submission of articles which are empirical in
nature, or deal with international banking and finance. Theoretical work
submitted to the Journal should be original in its motivation or
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