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An invitation to publish your research in Managerial Finance


Journal call for papers from Managerial Finance

As Editor of Managerial Finance I would like to invite you to submit your current research to the journal. Managerial Finance strives to disseminate high quality international papers on all areas of finance. Theoretical and empirical research is welcome as well as cross-disciplinary work, such as papers investigating the relationship of finance with other sectors. 

Launched in 1975, Managerial Finance has published continuously for 38 years and now boasts 12 issues per annual volume. Paper submissions are now processed online and peer-reviewed with a rapid typical turnaround time from submission to final decision of 41 days.

Why publish your research in Managerial Finance?

  • In 2012 there were over 196,000 downloads of articles from Managerial Finance, meaning your work will be read widely
  • Your work will be published alongside high profile scholars
  • Worth repeating, the journal has a swift turnaround time from submission to final decision of just 41 days
  • Our online processing system allows you to track the status of your paper online

For more information about Managerial Finance and the author guidelines please visit the website.

Submit a paper now!

Best wishes and I await your manuscripts!

Don
Don T. Johnson
Editor, Managerial Finance
[email protected]

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A comparison of developed and emerging equity market return volatility at different time scales
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Board compensation, holdings and mutual fund expense ratios
Fricke, Eric 

Connecting the dots: the accruals quality premium vs the value premium
Chichernea, Doina C; Holder, Anthony D; Jie (Diana) Wei

Momentum and behavioral finance
Du, Ding

REIT performance and market timing ability
Buttimer, Richard J, Jr; Chen, Jun; I-Hsuan, Ethan Chiang

Does merger structure matter?
Hao, Grace Qing; Howe, John S

Does local news matter to investors?
Deshpande, Shreesh; Svetina, Marko

Using Black-Scholes to determine an optimal funding term
Gay, Roger

Ownership concentration and dividend policy in Japan
Harada, Kimie; Nguyen, Pascal

Changing perspectives on distribution policy: The evolution from dividends to share repurchase
Weigand, Robert A; Baker, H Kent

IPO characteristics of index firms
Colak, Gonul

 

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