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Call For Papers: Special Journal Of Banking and Finance
1 Call For Papers: Special Journal Of Banking and Finance
In this call for papers, we invite you to submit your papers for publication in the maiden edition of the Special Journal of Banking and Finance. Papers will be accepted till the end of November because the Special Journal of Banking and Finance Publishes tow editions in a year.
The advantage of this call for papers is that all papers accepted for publication will be published online on rolling bases until the period elapses in line with online publishing and different from print publishing that waits till the end of the period before publishing the volume.
In this call for papers, the first ten manuscripts to be accepted in this call for papers will receive 95% of the regular US$ 250 off discount to get the papers published. Paper types include but not limited to – research papers, short communication, and letters to editors, reviews, meta-analysis, case reports, book chapters, book reviews, and many others. Submit your paper here…
What We Publish
- Call for papers within its scope with detail on Credit risk as to the risk of loss of principal because of a borrower’s failure to repay a loan or to meet a contractual obligation and how it originates when a borrower uses future cash flow to pay current debt obligations.
- Call for papers within its scope with detail showing how Lenders or investors are paid back for assuming the credit risk by interest payments from the borrower or the one issuing the debt obligation and how best to calculate the potential return of investment from yields on bonds.
Credit risk calculation
- Call for papers on credit risk calculation probably based on the borrower’s ability to repay the loan. Such papers should show how the lender will calculate the credit risk by taking into account the borrower’s assets and the revenue-generating capabilities of the borrower.
- Call for papers within its scope with detail on Models such as credit scorecards used to rank and evaluate both existing and potential clients in relation to their risk and then to activate appropriate strategies with an emphasis on personal loans or unsecured mortgages, and how a higher credit risk entails a higher rate of interest being charged by the lender.
- Call for papers within its scope with detail on credit risk management describing how to maximize the bank’s risk-adjusted rate of return through maintaining the exposure to credit risk within acceptable limits with emphasis on how lenders must manage the risks that come with the advancement of credit that is built into their entire portfolio as well as the risk in the individual credits.
- Papers within its scope with detail that deal with ways to alleviate credit risk, including how the lender can obtain credit insurance on the borrower, how to use an alternative that requires very short payment terms, so that the credit risk will be for only a minimal amount of time and why lenders can also require the borrower to get a personal guarantee from somebody with substantial personal resources.
- We want papers with detail on cryptocurrencies with emphasis on, The State of Cryptocurrencies, Their Issues and Policy Interactions
- Call for papers on Bitcoin with emphasis on the Advantages and Disadvantages, The Market for Cryptocurrencies, Cryptocurrency and the Problem of Intermediation,
- Call for papers on The Potential of Digital Currency and Blockchains, is Is Bitcoin Rat Poison? Cryptocurrency, Crime, and Counterfeiting (CCC) and the Future of Money
- Papers on Bitcoin: Currency or Commodity? Bitcoin and the Coming Revolution in Financial Transactions, Bitcoin ATM: pros and cons
Duties of central banks
- Call for papers with details on the duties of central banks to the maintain monetary and credit conditions favorable to sound business activity in all fields—agricultural, industrial, and commercial with an emphasis on lending to member banks, open-market operations, fixing reserve requirements, establishing discount rates, and issuing regulations concerning those and other functions.
- Call for papers on central’s bank’s power to influence the lending activities of banks. So long as a bank has reserves in excess of requirements, it can enlarge its extensions of credit; otherwise, it cannot increase its extensions of credit and maybe impelled to borrow additional funds. Inasmuch as the
- Call for papers on Central banks with powers to increase or decrease the supply of excess funds exercise considerable influence over the amount of credit that banks may extend, and how they control the credit market, and influence on the nation’s economic life.
- Papers within its scope with details on the principal means through which the central banks influence bank reserves such as open-market operations, discounts, and control over reserve requirements
- In the field of stock market speculation, the Federal Reserve authorities have a direct means of control over the use of funds, namely, through the establishment of margin requirements.
- Call for papers with details on how best the bank can discharge their corporate responsibilities to the public in the following duties: Safeguard your cash, Manage your finances – record keeping and budgeting, Receive your paycheck quickly using direct deposit, Facilitate financial transactions, Insure your liquid assets, Use debit and credit card services, Earn interest, Borrow loans, Invest your money, Establish a credit history
- Call for papers that deal with the bank as a bank outlining its roles to the stakeholders and clients with an emphasis on but not limited to: Dealing in Money (other people’s money i.e. money given by depositors), Individual/ firm/ company; Giving advances to those who require it for different purposes; Payment and withdrawal, Agency and utility services, Profit and service and orientation, Ever increasing function, Connecting, Banking business and Name identity
- We want papers on world-class financial analyst with emphasis on, Types of Financial Models, Compensation and salary guides, Sensitivity analysis, Bookkeeping the most common valuation methods
- Call for papers with detail in what to do when clients decide to
- Invest personal money in stocks, bonds, or guaranteed investment certificates (GICs)
- Borrow money from institutional investors by issuing bonds on behalf of a public company
- Lend money to people by providing them a mortgage to buy a house
- Build a budget and financial model for a corporation
- Save personal money in a high-interest savings account
- Develop a forecast for government spending and revenue collection
Interest rates and spreads
- Call for papers with details on Interest rates and spreads, Yield (coupon payments, dividends), financial statements (balance sheet, income statement, cash flow statement), Cash flow (free cash flow, other types of cash flow), Profit (net income, Cost of capital, Rates of return, Dividends and return of capital, Shareholders, Creating value, Risk and return and Behavioral finance,
- Call for papers that deal with how best to apply and use finance by the following entities
- Commercial banking, Personal banking (or private banking), Investment Banking, Wealth Management, Corporate finance, Mortgages/lending; Accounting; Financial planning, Treasury, Audit, Equity research and Insurance
- Call for papers on corporate finance with details on how best to use finance from the business point of view, including details on the management of the funding of a company and its sources and uses of the capital.
- We also expect papers to deal with the management of the profit the company has made, and the loss statement.
- Call for papers that must explain how the financial activities are related to running a company with maximum growth possible highlighting the main motif as the growth of the company.
- Call for papers that deal with how best the corporate finance professionals can fulfill their responsibility of managing the company’s finances with emphasis on accountants, financial analysts, and the managers and executive chief financial officers.
- Papers with details on how to escalate the shareholder profit by the long term and short term financial planning which includes but not limited to: Debt, Equity, Capital Structure, Return on Investment (ROI), Assets, Liabilities, Income Statement, Cash Flow, Cost of Capital, Balance Sheet, Revenues, Expenses, Profit.
- We want papers within its scope with detail on public finance’ with details on how to deal with the public’s financial issues with an emphasis on the revenue of the state and the expenses of the state
- We want papers on public finance with details on the arrangement of the funds and their allocation between the various parts of the activities of the state and the state’s duties.
- We want papers within its scope with detail that deal with the management of a country’s national budget, the central bank, the repository department, and other levels of government.
- We want papers within its scope with detail that deal with collecting tax revenue from the public and using that money on national duties and other programs such as making roads, and hospitals, and increasing social security and more.
- Papers should emphasize on Infrastructure spending (roads, hospitals.), Income tax, Sales tax, Property tax, Inflation, Social security, and insurance, Gross national product, Supply of money, International trading, Employment, National debt, National budget.
- We want papers within its scope with detail on personal finance that deals with the management of someone’s income which he/she is earning, or of someone’s expenses, their investments they have made in the market, and obligations.
- We want papers with details on why best banks have personal bank service, adviser for financing according to their needs, mortgage broker, and other professionals to manage their financial situation.
- We want papers on personal finance which we use on our personal level to manage our personal expenses with emphasis on but may not be limited toCredit cards, Bank accounts, Lines of credit, Employment income, Taxes, Personal spending and expenses, Savings, Investments (bonds, real estate, etc.), and Mortgages.
- Papers within its scope with detail on behavioral finance as it affects the social or psychical aspect of investments with an emphasis on the human impact on investment decision making such as biases, logic, and errors in cognition, fear, and greed.
Philosophy of making
- Papers with details on the philosophy of making and managing investments that have a social impact and social benefit on society including an economic benefit
- We want papers on not- Profits businesses that do not have stockholders and they do not require to create any kind of earnings or economic benefit, but they still require the same varieties of financial management as other for-profit companies.
- We want papers within its scope with detail on corporate finance with an emphasis on investments, cash flow performance, financial statement analysis, and international finance.
- We want papers on investment management with a novel detailed report to include but not limited to an exploration of financial markets, investment banking, and portfolio management.
Global finance, and Real Estate,
- We want papers on global finance, real estate, risk management, and financial services.
- We want papers within its scope with detail on how best clients can invest money, analyze risk, and utilize technology in planning, organizing, and managing personal and business finances with emphasis on Capital management, financial policies, fixed income securities, Future markets, and Real estate investments
- We want papers on financial economics, equity, and bond markets and fixed income markets with emphasis on capital structure theory, capital budgeting analysis, quantitative portfolio management, and financial institution management.
- Papers that deal with managing portfolios, investment firms, and large corporations with emphasis on Game theory, Bankruptcy management, Mergers and acquisitions, Hedge funds and Venture capital