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Journal of Banking and Financial Economics


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Overview

The Journal of Banking and Financial Economics  (JBFE) is an open access journal (ISSN 2353-6845). The submission of manuscripts is free of fee payment. This journal follows a double-blind reviewing procedure.

Journal of Banking and Financial Economics is indexed by Ministry of Science and Higher Education

 

Aims and Scope

JBFE publishes high quality theoretical and empirical papers spanning all the major research fields in banking and financial economics.  The aim of the journal is to provide a space for the increasing flow of academic research concerning banking, financial institutions, money and capital markets within which they function. The journal also focuses on interrelations of financial variables, such as prices, interest rates and shares and concentrates on influences of real economic variables on financial ones and vice versa. Macro-financial policy issues, including comparative financial systems, the globalization of financial services, and the impact of these phenomena on economic growth and financial stability, are also within the JBFE’s scope of interest. The Journal seeks to promote research that enriches the profession’s understanding of the above mentioned topics as well as to promote the formulation of sound public policies.

Main subjects covered include, e.g.: [1] Valuation of assets: Accounting and financial reporting;  Asset pricing; Stochastic models for asset and instrument prices; [2] Financial markets and instruments:Alternative investments; Commodity and energy markets; Derivatives, stocks and bonds markets; Money markets and instruments; Currency markets; [3] Financial institutions, services and regulation: Banking efficiency; Banking regulation; Bank solvency and capital structure; Credit rating and scoring;  Regulation of financial markets and institutions; Systemic risk; [4] Corporate finance and governance:Behavioral finance; Empirical finance; Financial applications of decision theory or game theory; Financial applications of simulation or numerical methods; Financial forecasting; Financial risk management and analysis; Portfolio optimization and trading.

 

Special Issues

JBFE welcomes publication of Special Issues, whose aim is to bring  together and integrate  work on a specific theme; open up a previously under-researched area; or bridge the gap  between formerly rather separate research communities, who have been focusing on similar or related topics. Thematic issues are strongly preferred to a group of loosely connected papers.  

Proposals of Special Issues should be submitted to jbfe@wz.uw.edu.pl.  All proposals are being reviewed by the Editorial Team on the basis of certain criteria that include e.g.: the novelty, importance and topicality of the theme; whether the papers will form an integrated whole; and the overall 'added value' of a Special Issue.

 

Manuscript checking is done using iThenticate which provides plagiarism prevention services to publishers around the world.

 

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Latest articles

Sharing the Growth Dividend: Analysis of Inequality in Asia

Sonali Jain-Chandra, Tidiane Kinda, Kalpana Kochhar, Shi Piao, Johanna Schauer

 

ABSTRACT

This paper focusses on income inequality in Asia, its drivers and policies to combat it. It finds that income inequality has risen in most of Asia, in contrast to many other regions. While in the past, rapid growth in Asia has come with equitable distribution of the gains, more recently fastgrowing Asian economies have been unable to replicate the “growth with equity” miracle. There is a growing consensus that high levels of inequality can hamper the pace and sustainability of growth. The paper argues that policies could have a substantial effect on reversing the trend of rising inequality. It is imperative to address inequality of opportunities, in particular to broaden access to education, health, and financial services. Also, fiscal policy could combat rising inequality, including by expanding and broadening the coverage of social spending, improving tax progressivity, and boosting compliance. Further efforts to promote financial inclusion, while maintaining financial stability, can help.

 

JEL classification: D31, D63, O15
Keywords: Inequality, Gini coefficient, Asia

DOI: 10.7172/2353-6845.jbfe.2019.2.1

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JBFE No 1/2019

Journal of Banking and Financial Economics No 1 (11) 2019

 

Contents

 

Financial Deepening in Mexico

Alexander Herman, Alexander Klemm

 

Frontier and Emerging Markets: A Perspective from Portfolio Flows and Financial Integration

Nordine Abidi, Burcu Hacibedel, Mwanza Nkusu

 

Financial Stability Reports in Latin America and the Caribbean

Cheng Hoon Lim, Alexander D. Klemm, Sumiko Ogawa, Marco Pani, Claudio Visconti

 

Options Pricing by Monte Carlo Simulation, Binomial Tree and BMS Model: a comparative study

Ali Bendob, Naima Bentouir

 

The Banks Profitability and Economic Freedom Quality: Empirical Evidence from Arab Economies

Omar Ghazy Aziz,  Julie Knutsen

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