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Current issue

23/06/2017

The June issue of Czech Journal of Economics and Finance is published. The list of published papers is available below.

Mofleh ALSHOGEATHRI,Jamel JOUINI
Linkages Between Equity and Global Food Markets: New Evidence from Including Structural Changes

Josef ARTL, Martin MANDEL
An Empirical Analysis of Relationships between the Forward Exchange Rates and Present and Future Spot Exchange Rates
Example of CZK/USD and CZK/EUR


Ivana LOLIĆ, Petar SORIĆ, Mirjana ČIŽMEŠIJA
Disentangling the Relationship between News Media and Consumers' Inflation Sentiment: the Case of Croatia

Sema BAYRAKTAR, Thomas C. CHIANG
Comovements of Stock Markets between Turkey and Global Countries

 

New Impact Factors for Czech Journal of Economics and Finance Released

16/06/2017

 The new impact factor for the Czech Journal of Economics and Finance is 0.604. The Impact Factor measures the average number of citations received in a particular year by articles published in the journal during the two preceding years. The Article Influence Score (this metric gives more weight to citations in more prestigious journals) is 0.133. 

Source: Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Reports 2017. 

This ranks our journal to be 74th out of 96 journals included in this prestigious list of journals (Business, Finance category). The corresponding rank for our journal when we look at the Article Influence Score is 81st. 

 

Forthcoming articles

27/05/2017

Matej TOMEC, Timotej JAGRIČ:
Does the Amount and Time of Recapitalization Affect the Profitability of Commercial Banks?

Berna KIRKULAK-ULUDAG:
Volatility Dynamics of Precious Metals: Evidence from Russia

Lukáš PFEIFER, Libor HOLUB, Zdeněk PIKHART, Martin HODULA:
Leverage Ratio and Its Impact on the Resilience of the Banking Sector and Efficiency of Macroprudential Policy

Maša GALIĆ, Petar-Pierre MATEK:
The Impact of Minimum Return Guarantees on Management of Mandatory Pension Funds in Croatia

Vera MIROVIĆ, Dejan ŽIVKOV, Jovan NJEGIĆ:
Construction of Commodity Portfolio and its Hedge Effectiveness Gauging – Revisiting DCC Models

José E. FARINÓS, Begoña HERRERO, Miguel A. LATORRE:
Self-selection Bias and the Listing Status of Target Firms: Value Effects in the Spanish Market

F.J. CALLADO-MUNOZ, J. GONZÁLEZ CHAPELA, N. UTRERO-GONZÁLEZ:
Analysis of Variance in Household Financial Portfolio Choice: Evidence from Spain

Małgorzata IWANICZ-DROZDOWSKA, Paweł SMAGA, Bartosz WITKOWSKI:
Role of Foreign Capital in Stability of Banking Sectors in CESEE Countries

Dariusz FILIP:
Mutual Funds: Does the Performance Erosion Effect Exist? Evidence from the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland

 

Previous issue

21/04/2017

The April issue of Czech Journal of Economics and Finance was published on 21st April. The list of published papers is available below.

Miguel Angel ACEDO-RAMÍREZ, Juan Carlos AYALA-CALVO, Ernesto NAVARRETE-MARTÍNEZ
Determinants of Capital Structure: Family Businesses versus Non-Family Firms

Eda ORHUN
Liquidity Networks in Banking

Petr KORÁB, Jitka POMĚNKOVÁ
Credit Rationing in Greece During and After the Financial Crisis

Peter HUBER, Ulugbek RAHIMOV
The Self-Selection of Workers to the Formal and Informal in Transition Economies: Evidence from Tajikistan

 

Where is the Czech Journal of Economics and Finance cited?

26/03/2017

A short analysis based on Scopus records in 2012-2016 (i.e. the last five years) shows that the Czech Journal of Economics and Finance has been cited by journals such as International Finance, Journal of Macroeconomics, European Journal of Political Economy, Applied Energy, Journal of Forecasting, Economic Modelling, Applied Economics, Energy Economics, Economic Systems, Open Economies Review, Journal of Agricultural Economics, Comparative Economic Studies, Pacific-Basin Finance Journal, Omega, Expert Systems with Applications, Physica A or European Journal of Finance. 

New Web of Science Impact Factor = 0.449

17/06/2016

The new impact factor for the Czech Journal of Economics and Finance is 0.449. The Impact Factor measures the average number of citations received in a particular year by articles published in the journal during the two preceding years.

Source: Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Reports 2016. 49 articles published in 2013 and 2014 in our journal were cited 22 times in 2015 in the journals included in the Web of Science.

This ranks our journal to be 78th out of 94 journals included in this prestigious list of journals (Business, Finance category). The corresponding rank for our journal when we look at the Article Influence Score (this metric gives more weight to citations in more prestigious journals) is 81st. If we consider the Economics category in the Web of Science, our journal would score 301th out of 344 journals included.

Our journal was cited in 2015 by some well-established journals such as Open Economies Review, Computational Economics, Economic Systems, Economic Modelling, Physica A, Omega, Applied Geography or Ecological Economics.

 

Editorial information for the prospective authors - 2015

03/05/2016

In the year 2015, the basic data about the flow of articles is as follows:

10 accepted articles

13 papers without decision (decision to be taken in 2016)

271 desk-rejections

24 papers rejected based on referee reports

0 withdrawals

0 rejection because of plagiarism

318 articles in total

The desk rejection rate is 85%. We suggest the prospective authors to consult the aims and scope of our journal as well as to browse trough the previous issues of our journal to see what type of articles we are typically interested in. The rejection rate is 93%. The rejection rate is 51% once the desk rejections are not considered and the papers without decision are considered as not rejected.

The average time to make a first decision, excluding desk-rejections, is 3 months.

 

Web of Science IF = 0.420

14/07/2015

Czech Journal of Economics and Finance - Impact Factor = 0.420. The Impact Factor measures the average number of citations received in a particular year by articles published in the journal during the two preceding years.

Source: Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Reports 2015. 50 articles published in 2012 and 2013 in our journal were cited 21 times in 2014 in the journals included in the Web of Science.

This ranks our journal to be 72th out of 88 journals included in this prestigious list of journals (Business, Finance category). The corresponding rank for our journal when we look at the Article Influence Score (this metric gives more weight to citations in more prestigious journals) is 75th.

Our journal was cited in 2014 by some highly selective journals such as International Journal of Central Banking, North American Journal of Economics and Finance, Economic Systems, Applied Economics, Economic Modelling or Annals of Regional Science.

 

Editorial information for the prospective authors - 2014

10/04/2014

In the year 2013, the basic data about the flow of articles is as follows:

24 published articles

20 papers without decision (decision to be taken in 2014)

256 desk-rejections

23 papers rejected based on referee reports

2 withdrawls

2 rejection because of plagiarism

327 articles in total

2 observations stand out

The desk rejection rate is 78%. We suggest the prospective authors to consult the aims and scope of our journal as well as to browse trough the previous issues of our journal to see what type of articles we are typically interested in. The rejection rate is 92%. The rejection rate is 51% once the desk rejections are not considered.

The average time to make a first decision, excluding desk-rejections, is 3 months.

 

Call for papers

02/08/2012

The Czech Journal of Economics and Finance is a peer-reviewed journal published by Charles University in Prague. It has been published since 1951 (ISSN: 0015-1920) and for a long time has been given an impact factor in Web of Science (see JCR Report of Social Science Citation Index).

We encourage submission of original unpublished papers written in good English. We focus on monetary economics, public finance, financial economics, and international economics, but are open to high-quality papers from all fields of modern economics. We prefer empirically oriented papers, but do not exclude review articles or theoretical contributions provided that they are of high quality and relevant to the journal’s aims. Among empirical papers, we prefer those relevant to a broad international audience, i.e., covering a range of countries or analyzing topics clearly relevant outside a single country.

For instructions for authors, see journal.fsv.cuni.cz/static/page/instruction.

The Editors 

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