The Eurasian Review of Business and Finance (ERBF) is an interdisciplinary, scholarly journal, which is blind peer-reviewed and published semi-annually. The journal`s focus is on theories, methods and applications related to new developments and perspectives in the fields of Business and Finance.
All submitted articles should be original and must not be under consideration for publication elsewhere. Manuscripts should follow the format style of the journal.
ERBF reviews papers within approximately two months of submission and publishes accepted articles in the relevant forthcoming issues upon receiving the final versions.
2 issues per year
Eurasian Review of Business and Finance
Volume 1 Issue 1 2017
ISSN (Online): 2522-266X
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Guest Editors are kindly invited to produce Special Issues consisting of articles organized around a theme of particular interest. These special issues are often edited by guest editors who are not on the editorial board. Proposals for Special Issues are most welcomed as are Guest Editorials and Announcements.
The ERBF is a new international, peer-reviewed journal aiming to publish high quality research findings, developments, perspectives, problems and other issues in all sub-areas of business and finance.
ERBF welcomes articles from different regions of the world and aims to publish articles that can be theoretical, empirical and/or policy oriented. The basic aim of the journal is to encourage research on new developments and perspectives mainly in the fields of business and finance.
Being an international journal, the natural audience for ERBF includes students, academics, researchers, policy-makers, regulators, standard-setters and professionals in the fields of business, finance and management. Likely subscribers are universities, research institutions, research funding organizations, governmental and international agencies, financial institutions and exchanges, regulatory institutions and individual researchers.
The ERBF is an international journal that aims to publish articles in all areas of business and finance. All papers are subjected to a blind peer-review process. Manuscripts are invited from academicians and practitioners for publication consideration. The journal welcomes submissions in all areas listed above as key research topics of the journal. Each manuscript must include at most a 250 word abstract. Authors should list their contact information on a separate paper and suggest JEL classification code for their articles. Articles submitted to ERBF can be theoretical, empirical or policy oriented. Manuscripts must be written in good English and should be electronically submitted via the manuscript submission system.
If you have any difficulties regarding with the submission system, submissions are welcomed by email to the ERBF Editorial at email@example.com