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Emerging Market Finance and Trade 特刊详细征稿信息
2013-11-22 14:16:44
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Emerging market finance and Trade (2012 Impact factor: 1.19)

CALL FOR PAPERS

FRONTIER ISSUES OF FISCAL AND MONETARY POLICY IN EMERGING MARKET ECONOMIES 


The guest editors of this special issue are 
Qingwang Guo and Chengsi Zhang (School of Finance of Renmin University).

Emerging Markets Finance and Trade is organizing a Special Issue on “Frontier Issues of Fiscal and Monetary Policy in Emerging Market Economies.” The special issue will focus on emerging and developing economies, while implications of the experience of developed countries for emerging and developing economies can be considered as well.
Submissions are solicited on a wide variety of topics including, but not limited to:

  • Monetary and fiscal policy rules
  • Changes in monetary and fiscal policy framework
  • Monetary and fiscal policy and financial reforms
  • Monetary and fiscal policy, their impact on economic activity
  • Money growth and inflation
  • Central bank and fiscal policy announcements and financial markets
  • Interaction between monetary and fiscal policies

The submission deadline is December 30th, 2013. Papers will go through a standard refereeing process.

  • All submissions should be submitted electronically through the Editorial Express submission system.
  • Please select “Frontier Issues of Fiscal and Monetary Policy in Emerging Market Economies” in the submission process as a special issue category to be sure that your paper is processed correctly.
  • A single document including all tables, figures, appendix, etc should be submitted. Initial submissions should be no more than maximum 30 pages (double-spaced, Times New Roman 12 font size).
  • The submission fee is $130 and includes a one-year membership in the Society for the Study of Emerging Markets (SSEM and SSEM members do not pay additional fees for future submissions during the membership period. In addition, members will have free access to the electronic archives of the Emerging Markets Finance and Trade.

 

 

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