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Aims and scope
The Banking and Finance Review (BFR) is a bi-annual, peer-reviewed international research journal that provides a publication outlet for theoretical as well as empirical issues in the fields of banking and finance. The Banking and Finance Review seeks to promote research that enhances the profession’s understanding of banking and finance. The scope of the Banking and Finance Review is broad. It includes studies in the following areas:Banking, Financial Institutions, Corporate Finance, International Finance, Capital Markets, Commodities Market, Derivatives, Risk Management, Insurance , Fixed Income Securities, Alternative Investments, Portfolio & Security Analysis, Investments, Real Estate Finance and other areas of finance that may be of interest to academicians and financial professionals. The Banking and Finance Review board of editors and ad hoc referees guarantee the high quality standard of the journal. Every effort is made to ensure a quick turnaround time; usually the reviewing time does not exceed 60 days.
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BASE, Cabell's, EBSCO, E-JEL, ECONIS, EconLit, Intute, OAH, ScientificCommons, Scopus, The National Science Digital Library, and Ulrich’s Periodical.
Department of Finance - School of Business Central Connecticut State University.