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Publication Name: Applied Financial Economics

Brief description: Applied Financial Economics is a peer-reviewed journal providing an international forum for applied research on financial markets

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Owner Name: Taylor and Francis

Joined: August 20th, 2011

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Applied Financial Economics wrote a new blog post titled Exchange-traded funds, liquidity and volatility

Applied Financial Economics, Ahead of Print.
(1155 days ago)

Applied Financial Economics wrote a new blog post titled A default prediction model for Italian SMEs: the relevance of the capital structure

Applied Financial Economics, Ahead of Print.
(1179 days ago)

Applied Financial Economics wrote a new blog post titled How does market value earnings smoothing under uncertainty?

Applied Financial Economics, Ahead of Print.
(1185 days ago)

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Applied Financial Economics is a peer-reviewed journal 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, market microstructure and cognate areas. The journal is also concerned with the link between the real and financial sides of the economy, forecasting and recent developments in econometric techniques applicable to financial research.

Applied Financial Economics relates to experience in the main financial centres of Europe, North America, the Far East and Australasia, as well as issues relating to development finance and the emerging financial markets of the developing world and the transforming economies of Central and Eastern Europe. 
 
Rapid Online Publication:

From 2011 Applied Financial Economics will be publishing to an accelerated timescale which offers even faster publication for authors. With our Build Issue service, articles are entered straight into the online issue upon receipt of the corrected proofs and thereby receive page numbers immediately. This new production system is an enhancement of the iFirst method of publication, which it now replaces.

We anticipate that this rapid service will allow research to reach its audience even sooner, without compromising the peer-review process and continuing to ensure our commitment to rapidly publishing quality applied research in economics.