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Challenges and Prospects in Emerging Economies after the Great Recession

Special issue call for papers from International Journal of Emerging Markets

Guest Editors:
Magdalena Ziolo, University of Szczecin, Poland
Filip Fidanoski, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Marcelo Klotzle, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

The primary intention of the special issue is to provide key insights, theoretical framework for improving policy-making in finance, banking and business within emerging economies, and to review and advance knowledge on the contemporary financial crisis, risk, market, institutions and public policy towards financial stability.

This special issue aims to present a relevant theoretical and the latest empirical research findings on the subject of financial risk, financialisation, moral hazard, macro, micro-prudential policy and public, economic and institutional policies towards financial stability. Specifically, the special issue should bring together cross-disciplinary scholars, policy makers and early career researchers, to establish an accurate and relevant forum dedicated to the economic analysis of public policies and financial regulations in developing countries.

Potential Topics of Interest (among others):
We welcome papers within the broadly defined subject theme area from all the major disciplines in economics and finance. Comparative studies involving emerging and developed economies are also welcome. Potential topics include, but are not limited to:

•    Banks and banking sector in post crisis perspective
•    Capital requirements and banking regulation
•    Central banks and monetary policy in post crisis era
•    Corporate governance issues
•    Crisis diagnosis and prediction models
•    Derivatives and capital market versus financialisation
•    Determinants and aftermaths of the financial crisis
•    Financial policy and markets
•    Financial stability, austerity programs and the role of government
•    Moral hazard and financial risk
•    New business models in post crisis perspective
•    Sustainability in finance and banking vis-à-vis sustainable business

Submission Information:
The special issue will feature the best papers from the International Conference on Future of Business and Finance: Challenges and Prospects after the Crisis to be held in December 2016 as well as submissions in response to the general call for papers. Based on editorial review, top rated papers will be invited to go through additional peer review to be considered for publication. Manuscripts for the special issue should be submitted through the journal’s submission system:

The deadline for submissions is March 31, 2017. Please submit your paper as early as you can. Please read the author guidelines beforehand.

For additional information on the International Conference on Future of Business and Finance: Challenges and Prospects after the Crisis, see:

For queries, please contact Magdalena Ziolo at  [email protected], Filip Fidanoski at [email protected]  and Marcelo Klotzle at [email protected]