Journal of Applied Financial Research 

The Journal of Applied Financial Research is intended for parties that are interested in the practical applications of financial research. The intended readership consists of both researchers and practitioners. The emphasis of the journal is on applications, not the statistical methodology used to derive the applications.  Thus, any empirical work should be clearly outlined so that a wide spectrum audience can follow the practical applications of the manuscript.

 

The mission of the Journal of Applied Financial Research is to support researchers and practitioners in the application of finance and economic development.  The Journal of Applied Financial Research gives preference to papers specializing in the applications related to financial research.  Regional studies and studies pertaining to small business are welcome.  Currently, the Journal of Applied Financial Research has a 23% acceptance rate.

 

Journal Editor

  • Pamela Hurley,

      University of Houston Downtown

 

Review Process

All articles are double blind peer reviewed within 90 days of submission.  There is no submission fee for any individual that is a member of the Academy of Business Research. Membership is given gratis for a year to any conference registrant.  Membership may also be purchased for $150 per year that includes a subscription to all the journals.  All articles should follow APA guidelines.

Journal Reviewers

Andreas Chritofi,
      Mounmouth University


Arnel Odesimo,
      De La Salle University, Philippines


B. Krishna Reddy,
      Osmainia University India

 

Brian Harte
      Canton University


Cheryl Crespi,
      Central Conneticut State Univ.

 

Delroy Chevers,

      University of West Indies

 

Ed Duett,

      Troy University

 

Elaine Sanders,

      University of Texas San Antonio

 

Enyang Guo,

      Millersville University

 

Fabio Pizzutilo,

      University of Aldo Moro Italy

 

John Levendis,      

      Loyola University NOLA


Kirk Phillipich,
      University of Michigan Dearborn


Lynn Kendall,      

      University of North Texas

 

Natalia Boliari,      

      Manhattan University

 

Ravi Jain,      

      University of Mass Lowell


Tim Coville,      

      St. John's University


Umesh Kumar,      

      SUNY Canton


Yan Zhao,

     New Jersey Institute of Technology