The intent of the Editors of The Indonesia Financial Review is to discuss, to explore, and to disseminate the latest issues and developments in Empirical Financial Economics (JEL classification: G) particularly those related to financial frictions in the Emerging Markets. The others are accepted such as capital markets, financial institutions and services, corporate finance, risk modeling and management, market microstructure in financial markets, Islamic finance, behavioral finance, and financial crisis.
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