Call for Papers
The Journal of Multinational Financial Management invites paper submissions for a Special Issue on financial management in China that is scheduled for publication in 2013. In ten years or so, China will be the largest economy in the world. With the internationalization of the Chinese currency, improved securities regulations, greater opening of its markets, development of its bond markets, and given that Chinese banks are among the largest in the world, China is poised to become a leader in the global economy. Rigorous academic research is necessary to enhance and improve our understanding of this important economy. The Journal invites papers that will advance our understanding of financial management practices in China.
Special Issue of the Journal of Multinational Financial Management - Financial Management in China
TOPICS: Topics suitable for the Special Issue include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Corporate governance arrangements of Chinese firms
- Financial structure of Chinese firms
- Corporate investing strategies of Chinese firms
- Corporate payout policies in China
- Financial contracting in China
- Corporate restructuring in China
- Mergers and acquisitions in China
- Foreign direct investment in or out of China
- Managerial behavioral of Chinese firms
EDITORS: Special Issue editors are Kenneth A. Kim, School of Business, Renmin University of China, and Zhan Jiang, Shanghai Advanced Institute of Finance, Shanghai Jiao Tong University.
ELECTRONIC SUBMISSION PROCEDURE: The Special Issue editors require electronic submissions, either as an MS Word or PDF document. The submission must include two documents: (i) one paper that has a cover page containing the title, name of author(s), and complete affiliation and contact details and (ii) one paper that completely hides the identity of the author(s) to ensure an anonymous review process. Papers need to be submitted to the following email: firstname.lastname@example.org
All papers must adhere to the usual "Instructions to Authors" of the Journal. There is no submission fee.
TIMELINE: Deadline for the initial electronic submission is June 31, 2012.
The Special Issue editors anticipate making final decisions on accepted papers by February 2013.