International Journal of Financial Engineering and Risk Management


Overview

IJFERM is a scholarly peer-reviewed international journal covering all aspects of the theory and practice of financial engineering and risk management. IJFERM is particularly interested in promoting research related to the development and implementation of new quantitative models leading to operational decision aids in finance. This perspective is motivated by the increasing complexity of financial decisions and the rapidly increasing use of quantitative methods for the design and implementation of innovative financial instruments, processes and solutions to financial decision-making problems.

Objectives

IJFERM is a scholarly peer-reviewed international journal covering all aspects of the theory and practice of financial engineering and risk management. IJFERM is particularly interested in promoting research related to the development and implementation of new quantitative models leading to operational decision aids in finance. This perspective is motivated by the increasing complexity of financial decisions and the rapidly increasing use of quantitative methods for the design and implementation of innovative financial instruments, processes and solutions to financial decision-making problems.

Readership

IJFERM is of interest to a broad audience including academics, researchers, professionals and policy makers.

Contents

IJFERM publishes high quality original and review papers as well as case studies. Special issues devoted to important topics relevant to the quantitative aspects of financial engineering financial risk management and financial decision-making will occasionally be published.

Subject Coverage

Asset pricing
Asset-liability management
Capital budgeting and financial planning
Computational and mathematical finance
Corporate performance and efficiency analysis
Decision support systems for financial decision making
Financial forecasting and econometrics
Fund management
Hedging and trading strategies
Interest rate modelling
Investment appraisal and management
Operations research/management science models in finance
Quantitative behavioural finance
Project finance
Risk metrics and risk management

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