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CALL FOR PAPERS

2021-04-04

We are calling for the submission of papers for the forthcoming issue. The length of 3000-8000 words is preferred. All manuscripts should be prepared in MS Word format. If you are interested in submitting a paper to this journal, please refer to the Author Guidelines.

Published Papers (2022) - This Issue is now open for submissions.

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 20 December 2022.

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If you are interested in submitting a manuscript, please submit your manuscripts e-mail your paper to [email protected]

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Current Issue

Vol 5 No 1 (2021)
Published: 2021-02-28

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Aims & Scope

Australian Finance & Banking Review (AFBR) is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal for banking & finance academics. AFBR aims to publish high-quality, original academic works that research and analyze issues related to finance and banking in Asia, including Central Asia, East Asia, South Asia, Southeast Asia, the Middle East/Africa, and other regions like the Americas, Europe, etc. The journal accepts article submissions by e-mail ([email protected]).

AFBR's goals are to publish scholarly contributions that will be effectively important and advance both academic's and practitioners' understanding within the spectrum of contemporary and emerging finance and banking issues. Moreover, AFBR encourages academics and researchers to submit manuscripts that will raise a new question or pose an old one in a pathbreaking way and research papers that test theories in specialized ways or document interesting phenomena that are likely to stimulate new research in the discipline of finance and banking. AFBR aims to take the leading role by not only covering the conceptual and empirical side of financial decision-making but also the influences of behavioural attributes of the decision-makers on the structure of the finance and banking system.

The AFBR aims to provide a platform for high-quality research related to finance and banking. The subject areas that are relevant to the journal scope include:

  • Financial Innovations
  • Financial Literacy
  • International Finance
  • Behavioural Corporate Finance
  • Stock Market
  • Risk Management
  • Portfolio Analysis
  • Corporate Finance
  • Trading Strategies in Financial/Derivative Markets
  • Anomalies in Financial Markets
  • Mutual and Hedge Funds
  • Financial Management
  • Financial Decision Making
  • Time Value of Money
  • Pricing Financial Services
  • Segmenting Financial Services Customers
  • Wealth Management
  • Regulations Affecting Financial Services Marketing
  • Segmenting Financial Services Customers
  • Risk Measurement and Asset Pricing
  • Institutional Banking and Finance
  • Islamic Banking
  • Mobile and Online Banking
  • Retail Banking
  • Regulations of Financial Markets Banking
  • Banking Industry Growth
  • Bankruptcy and Banking
  • Interest Rate Banking
  • Foreign Exchange Rate Banking
  • Lending Loans Banking etc.

Subject Area – Economics, Econometrics and Finance. Subject Category – Finance (2003).

Subject Area – Social Sciences. Subject Category – Law (3308).

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