The mission of the Eurasian Journal of Economics and Finance (EJEF) is to give opportunity to papers which tests theory and contributes to practice. All empirical methods - including, but are not limited to, qualitative, quantitative, field, laboratory, and combination methods - are welcome. Studies focused on developing countries are especially encouraged. Empirical, theoretical, and methodological articles from all major fields of economics and finance (including economic theory) such as microeconomics, macroeconomics, monetary economics, money and banking, international economics, labor economics, development economics, managerial economics, corporate finance, financial economics, behavioral finance, investment, public economics, health economics and the like are accepted in the journal.
EJEF accepts articles in the fields of economics and finance and is committed to publishing both empirical and theoretical research that tests, extends, or builds theory and contributes to practice. All empirical methods - including, but are not limited to, qualitative, quantitative, field, laboratory, and combination methods - are welcome as long as the methodology is followed rigorously. The journal is an interdisciplinary and international journal that accepts submission from all sub-fields of economics and finance and focuses on any specific country or region. Single country studies, multi-country or regional studies could also be submitted.
EJEF is a refereed journal with a double-blind review process. Acceptance/rejection decision for publication is given after the evaluation of the reviewer(s) who are either the member of the editorial board or ad-hoc reviewers. They are responsible for assessing the quality, content and contribution of the submission. An article submitted to EJEF for publication must be original and not under review for any other journals. When an article is published by the EJEF, it becomes property of the journal.