- All submissions are now done electronically through the ScholarOne at Taylor and Francis: https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/emft
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- Note that this submission fee includes a one-year membership to the Society, and waives the submission fee for additional submissions during this year. In addition, members will have free access to electronic archives of the Journal.
- After submission fees are received, and within 2-3 months, members will be notified of this on-line access byTaylor and Francis, the publisher of EMFT.
Because Emerging Markets Finance and Trade is experiencing an increasing number of submissions and in order to continue to provide authors with timely decisions on their manuscripts, Emerging Markets Finance and Trade has implemented a new expedited review policy. All submitted papers are pre-screened by the Editor and an Editorial Board member. Those papers determined to be clearly not suitable for publication in EMFT due to inappropriate subject matter, insufficient contribution to the field, lack of clarity of exposition, etc., will be rejected by the editor without being sent to referees. Papers that pass this initial screening process will be sent to sent to referees for evaluation. Passing this initial screening does not guarantee that the article will be accepted for publication. The submission fee is not refundable for any submitted paper. Authors are advised to read the aims and scope of the journal before submitting their work for publication. If you are unsure as to the nature of papers suitable for publication, please glance through the past issues of EMFT at http://www.tandfonline.com/mree to better understand EMFT’s standards and interests.
- Paul Wachtel, Stern School of Business, New York University
- Mohsen Bahmani-Oskooee, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
- Carmen M. Reinhart, Harvard University
- Mehmet E. Yaya, Eastern Michigan University
- Hanjoon (Joseph) Kim, Hoseo University, Republic of Korea
- Mingsheng Li, Bowling Green State University
- Min Zhang, Renmin University of China
- Hyoung Goo Kang, Ph.D., Hanyang University Business School
- Alfredo Jiménez, University of Burgos
- Viviana Fernandez, School of Business of Universidad Adolfo Ibañez
- Stanislaw Mramorelachev, South Pacific University