Journal of Corporate Finance Research
Journal of Corporate Finance Research (JCFR) aims publish high quality and well-written papers that explore theoretical, empirical, and applied research in corporate finance. Papers that apply empirical techniques to examine corporate finance issues using extensive international data sets are especially welcomed by editors. Theoretical studies in corporate finance and related fields with application of mathematical finance methods including stochastic analysis, game theory and operation research are also welcome. All kinds of entrepreneurship studies are also of a great interest to the editors. Beside that replication studies, comprehensive literature reviews, description of the best business practices, clinical studies and discussion materials in the areas of corporate finance could be published in special sections of the journal. JCFR targets scholars from both academia and business community all over the world.
- financial architecture,
- payout policies,
- corporate restructuring,
- mergers and takeovers,
- corporate governance,
- the economics of organizations,
- international financial management,
- behavioral finance,
- implications of asset pricing and microstructure analysis for corporate finance issues,
- private equity,
- venture capital,
- corporate risk-management,
- real options,
- applications of corporate finance concepts to family-owned business,
- financial intermediation and financial institutions, etc.
Frequency: 4 times per year
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