• Emerging Finance Journals

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    China Finance Review International


    ESCI, JCR IF: 8.2

    ABS 1, ABDC C, FMS C

    The China Finance Review International is a flagship academic journal broadly covering the Chinese and international financial markets. The journal is founded by Antai College of Economics and Management at Shanghai Jiao Tong University, one of the top universities in Asia. It acts as a medium between financial economists from China and all over the world to share their views and investigate a wide range of issues.

    The China Finance Review International aims to publish quality empirical and theoretical works on important finance and economic issues in the profession. We encourage ground-breaking research related to new and niche areas in finance, such as Fintech and cryptos, ESG, climate finance and socially responsible investments. We welcome critiques of existing literature and comparative analysis between emerging markets and developed economies.



    Haitao Li, Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business, China

    Chongfeng Wu, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

    Executive Editor

    Wenfeng Wu, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

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    Journal of Chinese Economic and Business Studies


    ESCI, JCR IF: 2.0

    ABS 1, ABDC C

    The Journal of Chinese Economic and Business Studies ( JCEBS) is dedicated to publishing original research that addresses key aspects of sustainable development, with a particular focus on the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Our multidisciplinary approach spans economics, finance and business, with an emphasis on research that contributes to our understanding of global challenges such as climate change, the integration of big data and financial technology into economic systems, and the promotion of equality and diversity. We particularly value research that provides insights into the dynamics of financial development, economic growth, and the role of inclusive institutions in promoting sustainable and equitable development.



    Wenxuan Hou MAE, University of Edinburgh, UK


    Yizhe Dong, University of Edinburgh, UK

    Jiandong Chen, Southwestern University of Finance and Economics, China

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    Financial Innovation


    SSCI, JCR IF: 8.4

    FMS B

    Financial Innovation (FIN) is a Springer OA journal sponsored by Southwestern University of Finance and Economics. It provides a global academic forum for exchanging research findings across all fields in financial innovation in the era of electronic business. It seeks to promote interactions among researchers, policy-makers, and practitioners, and to foster research ideas on financial innovation in the areas of new financial instruments as well as new financial technologies, markets and institutions. FIN emphasizes emerging financial products, processes and services that are enabled by the introduction of disruptive technologies. FIN is peer-reviewed and publishes both high-quality academic (theoretical or empirical) and practical papers in the broad ranges of financial innovation. It has been indexed in SSCI, Scopus, Google Scholar, CNKI, CQVIP and so on.



    Yongqiang Li, Southwestern University of Finance and Economics, China

    J. Leon Zhao, Chinese University of Hong Kong (Shenzhen), China

    Managing Editor-in-Chief

    Gang Kou, Southwestern University of Finance and Economics, China

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    International Journal of Financial Engineering


    ESCI, JCR IF: 0.7


    International Journal of Financial Engineering (IJFE) is a quarterly journal featuring financial engineering papers which (1) Demonstrate multidisciplinary interaction among the fundamental theoretical results of financial mathematics and financial technology; (2) Link to practical issues of the financial industry and related areas; (3) Comment and encourage the implementation of new technical methods or solutions in the financial industry through the platform of financial engineering and financial technology. Aside from survey papers of an expository nature, contributions should be original research papers demonstrating the relevance and applicability of solutions to issues within the financial industry worldwide, but with emphasis on both developed and emerging markets in the Asia-Pacific region. The journal welcomes original research articles that reflect the dynamism and practicality of financial engineering, financial technology and financial mathematical theories, targeting academics and industry practitioners in the field.



    George X. Yuan, Sun Yat-Sen University, China