Multinational Finance Journal Joins FEN Partners in Publishing Journals
We are pleased to announce Multinational Finance Journal has joined our Partners in Publishing Journals within the Financial Economics Network (FEN).
MULTINATIONAL FINANCE JOURNAL
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International financial and capital markets have grown significantly over the last decade and have been fully opened to the wind of globalization. In this newly formed globalized financial environment, the analysis of corporations, financial institutions and international markets requires the employment of multinational and interdisciplinary approaches. Economic agents interact in national and global markets making investment decisions whose effects diffuse across national borders. The analysis of these interactions and the investigation of the financial systems in nations in different stages of development are key drivers for the advancement of our knowledge of finance.
In this context, the Multinational Finance Journal (MFJ) makes a specific contribution by publishing research investigating phenomena related to the integration and interaction of national financial systems at the micro- and macro-finance levels and by disseminating research originating from countries with financial markets in different stages of development and with diverse institutional backgrounds.
In particular, MFJ publishes original, high-quality refereed theoretical and empirical articles across all the major fields of finance and economics placing emphasis on the internationality of the research. The purpose of MFJ is to publish original articles dealing with issues that are relevant to the study and practice of finance and economics in a global context. The Editorial Board welcomes articles from a broad range of economic and financial topics dealing, among others, with capital markets, financial institutions, and corporate finance and governance, as well as work investigating the effects of differences in institutional, cultural and regulatory frameworks on agents' economic and financial decisions.
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