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Publication Name: European Journal of Finance

Brief description: The European Journal of Finance publishes a full range of research into theoretical and empirical topics in finance.

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Joined: August 20th, 2011

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European Journal of Finance wrote a new blog post titled Price impact of block trades: the curious case of downstairs trading in the EU emissions futures market

The European Journal of Finance, Ahead of Print.
(1245 days ago)

European Journal of Finance wrote a new blog post titled European asset swap spreads and the credit crisis

The European Journal of Finance, Ahead of Print.
(1245 days ago)

European Journal of Finance wrote a new blog post titled The calm after the storm: implied volatility and future stock index returns

The European Journal of Finance, Ahead of Print.
(1245 days ago)

About:

2010 Impact Factor: 0.488
Ranking: 53/74 (Business/Finance)
2010 Journal Citation Reports® (Thomson Reuters, 2011)

The European Journal of Finance publishes a full range of research into theoretical and empirical topics in finance. The emphasis is on issues that reflect European interests and concerns. The journal aims to publish work that is motivated by significant issues in the theory or practice of finance.

The journal promotes communication between finance academics and practitioners by providing a vehicle for the publication of research into European issues, stimulating research in finance within Europe, encouraging the international exchange of ideas, theories and the practical application of methodologies and playing a positive role in the development of the infrastructure for finance research, teaching and practice throughout Europe.

Peer Review Policy:

All research articles in this journal have undergone rigorous peer review, based on initial editor screening and anonymized refereeing by two anonymous referees.