An invitation to submit your behavioural finance research
Journal call for papers from Review of Behavioral Finance
We would like to invite you to submit a paper to the Review of Behavioral Finance (RBF) journal launched in 2009, with an exceptional editorial advisory board (EAB), RBF offers a platform for the dissemination of original peer-reviewed articles in behavorial finance. High quality empirical, experimental and/or theoretical research articles are considered for publication.
Benefits of publishing in RBF
Your paper will be published alongside reputed authors such as John Doukas, Avanidhar Subrahmanyam, Alan Gregory, Meziane Lasfer and Markku Kaustia.
We seek to provide a rapid peer review process, with high quality reviews from leading scholars in the field (including the members of the EAB) and work with authors to bring papers of high quality to publication in the RBF.
We ensure successful dissemination of accepted articles by making them available online at least three months before the official publication. This is done via Emerald's pre-publication service (Emerald EarlyCite) and by sending the papers to selected readers suggested by the authors.
With the aim of stimulating debate and future research we also publish review articles. Review Articles are virtual gold mines if you want to find out what the key articles are for a given topic. If you read and thoroughly digest a good review article, you should be able to “talk the talk” about a given topic.
In addition, if your paper is published you will be considered for RBF’s outstanding research awards given every year!
For full details on how to submit your article please visit the author guidelines.
Phil Holmes, Leeds University Business School, UK
Krishna Paudyal, University of Strathclyde, UK
Review of Behavioral Finance Co-Editors