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Forthcoming articles

26/07/2016

Petr Gapko, Martin Šmíd:
Multi-Period Structural Model of Mortgage Portfolio with Cointegrated Factors

Miguel Á. Acedo-Ramírez, Juan Carlos AYALA-CALVO, Ernesto NAVARRETE-MARTINEZ:
Determinants of Capital Structure: Family Business versus Non-Family Firms

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

Petra BUZKOVÁ, Miloš KOPA:
On Efficiency of a Credit Default Swap Contract During the EMU Debt Crisis

Harald SCHMIDBAUER, Angi RÖSCH, Erhan ULUCEVIZ, Narod ERKOL:
The Russian stock market during the Ukrainian crisis: a network perspective

Ali SHEHADEEH, Peter ERDÖS, Youwei LI, Michael MOORE:
US Dollar Carry Trades in the Era of “Cheap Money”

Henryk GURGUL, Łukasz LACH, Tomasz WÓJTOWICZ:
Impact of U.S. Macroeconomic News Announcements on Intraday Causalities on Selected European Stock Markets

Michael FRÖMMEL, Murat MIDILIÇ:
The Role of the Real Exchange Rate for Credit Growth in Central and Eastern European Countries: A Bank-level Analysis

Štefan LYÓCSA, Peter MOLNÁR, Igor FEDORKO:
Forecasting Exchange Rate Volatility: The Case of the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland

Milan FIČURA, Jiří WITZANY:
Estimating Stochastic Volatility and Jumps Using High-Frequency Data and Bayesian Methods

Tomáš KONEČNÝ, Oxana BABECKÁ-KUCHARČUKOVÁ:
Credit Spreads and the Links between the Financial and Real Sectors in a Small Open Economy: The Case of the Czech Republic

Paulo PEREIRA DA SILVA:
Did Investors Seeking Short Exposure Move to the CDS Market after the 2011 Short-Sale Bans in European Financial Stocks?

Andrej CUPÁK, Ján POKRIVČÁK, Marian RIZOV:
Demand for Food Away from Home

 

 

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.

 

New issue

01/06/2016

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

 

ARTICLES

Krzysztof Jackowicz, Łukasz Kozłowski:
Which Came First, the Chicken or the Egg? Banks and Firms on Local Banking Markets

Stanislav TVRZ, Osvald VAŠÍČEK:
The Great Recession in the Non-EMU Visegrád  Countries: A Nonlinear DSGE Model with Time-Varying Parameters

Richard Frensch, Jan Hanousek, Evžen Kočenda:
Trade in Parts and Components across Europe

Pilar ABAD, Helena CHULIÁ:
European Government Bond Market Contagion in Turbulent Times
 

 

 

Editorial information for the prospective authors

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.

 

Previous issue

14/04/2016

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

Dogus EMIN:
Stock Market Co-Movement at the Disaggregated Level: Individual Stock Integration

Polona Peterle, Aleš S. Berk:
IPO Cycles in Central and Eastern Europe: What Factors Drive these Cycles?

Cosmin Octavian CEPOI, Filip Mihai TOMA:
Estimating Probability of Informed Trading on the Bucharest Stock Exchange

Mercedes ALDA:
Manager Characteristics and Manager-Replacement. How Is Pension Fund Performance Affected?  

 

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.

 

Evzen Kocenda becomes the new co-editor of the Czech Journal of Economics and Finance

22/08/2014

We welcome Professor Evzen Kocenda as the new co-editor of the Czech Journal of Economics and Finance. Evzen has published more than 60 articles in refereed journals including the highly selective journals such as Journal of Economic Literature, Econometric Reviews, Journal of Banking and Finance, Journal of Comparative Economics or Journal of Financial Stability. His research is widely cited with more than 550 citations in Scopus and H-index of 14.

The RePEc rankings currently ranks Evzen as the no. 1 (out of 333 economists registered) academic economist living in the Czech Republic. Evzen is currently affiliated with CERGE-EI and will join our team of co-editors as of September, 1. 

 

Editorial information for the prospective authors

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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