Special Issue Call for Papers: Interdisciplinary finance
Special issue call for papers from Managerial Finance
Managerial Finance solicits high-quality papers for a special issue focusing on topics related to interdisciplinary finance.
The aim of the special issue is to publish and promote both theoretical and empirical interdisciplinary research that encourage the intersection and interaction between finance and other areas of studies, wanting to engage with the wider multi-disciplinary academic community.
The Guest Editors, Hamish Anderson and Yuk Ying Chang (Massey University, NZ) welcome papers exploring the relationship of finance (e.g. corporate finance, financial management, financial markets and institutions, international finance, banking, insurance and risk management, real estate and financial education) with other disciplines.
Possible topics include, but are not limited to the interaction of some aspect of finance with another discipline area such as:
- Finance and culture
- Finance and law
- Finance and psychology
- Finance and communication (e.g. involving media)
- Finance and decision science
- Finance and development
- Finance and environment
Papers should be submitted electronically online via the Managerial Finance submission system, https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/mf . Please follow the journal submission guidelines here and specify that the manuscript is for the special issue “Interdisciplinary finance” in the submission process. While the submission deadline is 31st of May 2018, authors are encouraged to submit their papers early. All submissions will be subject to double blind peer review by referees.
In conjunction with the Managerial Finance special issue above, the 22nd New Zealand Finance Colloquium (NZFC) has allocated a conference session on interdisciplinary finance. Original papers submitted to this NZFC session will be considered for the Managerial Finance special issue at the authors’ request. Submission to the NZFC conference can be made here: http://www.nzfc.ac.nz/cfp.
For additional information, please contact the guest editors, Hamish Anderson at [email protected] and Yuk Ying Chang at [email protected]