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Launched in 2009, the Journal of Financial Economic Policy aims to satisfy the market's need to disseminate a fast, thorough response to contemporary financial economic policy issues. Economic and financial phenomena involve complex trade-offs and linkages between various types of risk factors and variables of interest to policy makers and market participants alike. The credit crisis of subprime loans in the US, recent bank losses and the failure of several financial institutions internationally, oil price pressures, increased volatility in exchange rates and institutional instability arising from the geopolitical pressures, are all part of recent episodes of a global economy that is rapidly evolving. Thus, it is challenging to find appropriate financial economic policy responses. Market participants such as economic policy makers, regulators, banking and competition supervisors, corporations and financial institutions, require timely and robust answers to the contemporary and emerging policy questions. In turn, such answers require thorough input by the academics, policy makers and practitioners alike. The objective of the Journal of Financial Economic Policy is to provide the forum to satisfy this need. The journal invites concise papers to enable a prompt response to current and emerging policy affairs.
The Journal of Financial Economic Policy is devoted to the advancement of the understanding of the entire spectrum of financial policy and control issues and their interactions to economic phenomena. These include, but are not limited to: financial markets stability, corporate and systemic liquidity control, monetary and fiscal policy, banking stability and supervision, public debt policy and management, regulation and law, sovereign risk and management, institutional organization, and voting. given the variety and complexity of policy questions, this journal spans a wide range of methodological approaches drawing from economic and financial theory, econometrics and probability, regulation and law and decision sciences.
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