International Review of Finance
© International Review of Finance Ltd
Edited By: Henry Cao, Sudipto Dasgupta and Hong Yan
Online ISSN: 1468-2443
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Overview of the Journal
International Review of Finance publishes high-quality research on all aspects of financial economics, including traditional areas such as asset pricing, corporate finance and market microstructure, as well as new areas such as markets and institutions of emerging markets. The journal welcomes contributions that deal with international issues or issues related to specific countries.
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News and announcements
International Review of Finance together with the Nippon Finance Association hosted a conference on July 3 in Tokyo, Japan. The theme for the conference was Japanese Financial Markets: Corporate Finance, Institutions, and Investments.
A selection of papers presented at the conference will also be published as a special issue of the journal. Professor Sheridan Titman will join the editors in organizing the conference and editing the special issue.
You can view the program for the conference online now.
Read the top International Review of Finance articles online:
Governance and the Financial Crisis
Renée Birgit Adams
Executive Pay and Performance: Did Bankers' Bonuses Cause the Crisis?
Paul Gregg, Sarah Jewell and Ian Tonks
How much does an Illegal Insider Trade?
Alex Frino, Stephen Satchell, Brad Wong and Hui Zheng
A Trust Crisis
Paola Sapienza and Luigi Zingales
We are delighted to announce that International Review of Finance is now listed in the Social Sciences Citation Index. We would like to congratulate and thank the editors, authors and reviewers for all of their hard work.
The journal is expecting its first Impact Factor in 2014. Submit your paper today!
Best paper prize
International Review of Finance offers a best paper prize of US$10,000 for the best paper submitted to the journal between 1 January and 31 December each year, in any area of finance. The best paper will be selected based on a review of short-listed papers recommended by the Editors and Associate Editors of the journal, and the winner will be announced in the Fall of the following year.
The winner of the Best Paper Prize for articles submitted in 2012 is:
Bailouts, Monitoring, and Penalties: An Integrated Framework of Government Policies to Manage the Too Big to Fail Problem by Ning Gong of University of Melbourne and Kenneth Jones of State Street Corporation (Boston, MA)
The reviewers selected the paper because of its 'topicality, policy relevance, and rigorous analysis'. You can read the winning paper online now.