Remuneration of 100 dollars for each accepted paper and no Article Processing Charges until the end of 2024
Financial Economics Letters (FEL) is a scholarly peer-reviewed journal invited submissions in all areas of financial economics, broadly defined. FEL’s emphasis is on theoretical developments and their implementation, empirical, applied, and policy-oriented research in financial economics.
Papers are invited in the following areas: Asset Management; Asset Pricing; Bankruptcy and Liquidation; Behavioural Finance; Bitcoin Investment; Banking; Corporate Finance; Corporate Governance; Commodities; Contagion, Crises and Interdependence; Derivatives; Energy Finance; FinTech; Fund Management; Financial Econometrics; Financial markets and marketplaces; Financial Mathematics and Econophysics; Forecasting; International Finance; Market Efficiency; Mergers, Acquisitions and the Market for Corporate Control; Micro Finance Institutions Microstructure; Networks; Performance Analysis; Political Risk; Portfolio Optimization; Regulation of Financial Markets and Institutions; Risk Management and Analysis; Systemic Risk; Term Structure Models; Venture Capital.
Contributions which make use of the methods of mathematics, statistics and operations research will be welcomed. This journal consists of concise communications, which are a vehicle to quickly communicate important pieces of new results. FEL aims to provide a rapid response to papers, with all papers undergoing a desk review by one of the Editors in Chief before being sent for review.
Editor-in-Chief: Dr. Yonghong Jiang