Journal of Applied Finance & Banking
Aims and Scope
The Journal's emphasis is on empirical, applied, and policy-oriented research in banking and other domestic and international financial institutions and markets. The Journal's purpose is to improve communications between the academic and other research communities and policymakers and operational decision makers at financial institutions (private and public) national and international, and their regulators.
Suitable topics for JAFB include but are not limited to:
Finance: Asset pricing, Bankruptcy prediction and determinants, Corporate finance, Credit risk modelling and management, Financial engineering, Foreign exchange markets, Law and finance, Mergers and acquisitions, Mutual funds management, Portfolio management, Regulations of financial markets, Venture capital.
Banking: Asset-liability management, Bank assurance, Banking crises, Corporate governance, Derivatives and structured financial products, Efficiency and performance of financial institutions and bank branches, Financing decisions of banks, Investment banking, Management of financial institutions, Technological progress and banking.
Journal of Applied Finance & Banking currently has an acceptance rate of 37%. The average time between submission and final decision is 19 days and the average time between acceptance and publication is 22 days.
Impact Factor: 0.19 (RePEc)
Special Issue 2020: The Global Effects of Covid-19 in Applied Finance and Banking
Journal of Applied Finance and Banking invites submissions from researchers on the broader topic of the short and long term global effects of Covid-19 (Novel Coronavirus) in finance and banking.
A series of dedicated Special Issues will be published within 2020.
The themes of the Special Issues are (but not limited to) the following:
- Short and long term effects to finance and banking systems
- Short and long term effects to banking and finance products
- Effects to the organisation of banking and finance systems
- Changes of employment legislation in the banking sector
- Effects to international banking cooperations and international dependencies
- Control and containment of the virus effects in banking and finance systems
- Effects to the financing of private business and startups
- Assesment of the virus risk in finance and banking systems
- Financing the global construction industry
- Financing sustainable energy projects
- Financing governmental departments and governmental projects
- Intelligent banking systems for mitigation of virus risk
- Effects to the organisational behaviour in banking and finance organisations
- Work from home and intelligent banking systems
- Effects to currencies and exchange rates
- Emerging economies and new markets
- Financing of health services and health boards
- Financing e-commerce and e-commodity markets
- Economics of health systems for mitigating the impacts of Covid-19
- Finance for medical business
- Implications to the finance and banking systems of Asia, Oceania, Europe, Middle East, Africa and the Americas
- Ethics issues in affected banking and finance systems
Current Issue : Volume 10 Issue 5 (2020)
- A Theoretical Framework of Financial Inclusion on Poverty Alleviation
- How Do Institutional Investors Swell Firm Innovation: Evidence from China’s High-tech Companies
Bingnan Ye, Wei Liu
- Does the Investor Sentiment Affect the Stock Returns in Taiwan’s Stock Market under Different Market States?
Yu-Hong Liu, Syuan-Rong Dai, Fu-Min Chang, Yih-Bey Lin and Nicholas Rueilin Lee
- Research on the Issuance and Distribution Model of Sports Lottery in Taiwan from a Systems Thinking Perspective
Day-Yang Liu, Chia-Yang Chang, Chung-Yi Fang and Pei-Leen Liu
- The Economic Freedom, Corporate Governance and Risk-taking Behavior: Evidence from the European Life Insurance Industry
Hui-Hsuan Liu and Chin-Chi Liu
- Do the Capital Requirements Affect the Effectiveness of Monetary Policy from the Credit Channel?
- COVID-19 Virus Pneumonia’s Economic Effect in Different Industries: A Case Study in China
Yuhan Cheng, Dongqi Cui, and Zixuan Li
- Interaction between Non-standard Debt and Wealth Management Products in China
- Analysis of The Effect of Financial Ratios to Probability Default of Indonesia’s Coal Mining Company
Celly Septine Mayliza, Adler Haymans Manurung and Benny Hutahayan
- A Heterogeneity Analysis on SPV Investment of Chinese Banks
Hui Deng and Yu Fu
- What Determines China’s Stock Prices? A CCAPM Horse Race
Jinyu Liu and Siqun Yang
- Can RMB Exchange Rate Expectations Explain the Fluctuations of China’s Housing Prices?
- Evaluation of the main African Stock Exchanges Markets for Foreign Direct Investments. A Statistical Approach
Kyriazopoulos Georgios, Sariannidis Nikolaos and Parpoutzidou Androniki