Global Journal of Economics and Financial Studies

Global Journal of Economics and Financial Studies (GJEFS) is published 4 (four) times a year, i.e., February, May, August and November, through a double-blind peer-reviewed scientific journal. Also, GJEFS is the flagship journal of the SRN Intellectual Resources (SRN Intellectual). GJEFS aims to publish papers covering theoretical and empirical investigation across all economics and financial studies disciplines, including applied microeconomics, behavioral and experimental economics, decision theory, development economics, econometrics, economic history, Islamic economics, economics of education, economics of technology, environmental, resource, and energy economics, financial economic, game theory, health economics, industrial organization, international trade, labor economics, macroeconomics, market design, microeconomic theory, monetary economics, political economy, public economics. Financial markets (e.g., portfolio theory, asset pricing, financial intermediation, investment banking, behavioral finance), financial instruments (e.g., derivatives, futures markets, computational finance, financial engineering, financial econometrics), corporate finance (e.g., corporate governance, investment policy, agency theory, risk management), public finance management, banking systems, financial regulation and policy.

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Global Journal of Economics and Financial Studies (GJEFS) is a double-blind peer-reviewed scientific journal published 4 (four) times a year, i.e., February, May, August and November. GJEFS studies a wide range of economics and financial activities. GJEFS examines theoretical and empirical advances in applied microeconomics, behavioral and experimental economics, decision theory, development economics, econometrics, economic history, Islamic economics, economics of education, economics of technology, environmental, resource, and energy economics, financial economic, game theory, health economics, industrial organization, international trade, labor economics, macroeconomics, market design, microeconomic theory, monetary economics, political economy, public economics. Financial markets (e.g., portfolio theory, asset pricing, financial intermediation, investment banking, behavioral finance), financial instruments (e.g., derivatives, futures markets, computational finance, financial engineering, financial econometrics), corporate finance.