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The Financial Planning Review, a quarterly publication of the Korean Academic Society of Financial Planning, was established in 2008. The FPR publishes papers in financial planning theories, practices, and applied research. Manuscripts from diverse disciplines such as financial planning, finances, economics, consumer sciences, management, and family studies have been published in FPR. It welcomes manuscripts that deal with broad financial planning issues with empirical, theoretical, methodological, or philosophical focus. FPR also publishes financial planning case studies with analytical assessment.

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Michael C. Jensen
Financial Economics Network

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