Covered Research Areas and Related Disciplines

European Journal of Economic and Financial Research is an international peer reviewed journal that investigates the latest research issues on the area of Economic and Financial research and related disciplines. The journal’s objective is the outspreading the spheres of influence of information resources on contemporary developments in the scientific area, lighting of research results by national and foreign scientists, promoting the development of economic science and applied research and teaching. Implementing an open-access policy to scientific publications, the journal contributes to the improvement of scientific information exchange, and, therefore, to the efficiency of scientific activity of its authors. European Journal of Economic and Financial Research is multidisciplinary in scope, and interdisciplinary in content and methodology. Motivated by the latest advances on science and technology a large amount of topics is available. Without being exhaustive, research articles, studies, short communications, and comparative studies on the following areas of research and their related disciplines or topics are highly encouraged:

General economic concepts: Keynesian economics, Classical economics, Neo-Keynesian Economics, Neoclassical economics, New classical economics, New Keynesian economics, Participatory economics, Home economics, Goods (Complement good, Free good, Coordination good, Public good, Substitute good), Modern portfolio theory, Game theory, Human development theory, Production theory basics, Time preference theory of interest, Arbitrage, Chicago school, Comparative advantage, Competitive advantage, Consumer and producer surplus, Marginal Revolution, Means of production, Knowledge-based economy, Means of production, Opportunity cost, Productivity, Profit maximization, Public debt, Rational expectations, Regression analysis, Social cost, Social welfare, Supply and demand, Sustainable development, Uneconomic growth, Yield

Economic theories and ideologies: Consumer theory, Efficiency wage hypothesis, Efficient market hypothesis, Marginalism, Prospect theory, Public choice theory, Rational choice theory, Consumerism, Monetarism, Productivism, Utilitarianism

Subdisciplines of economics: Behavioural economics, Bioeconomics, Classical Economics, Comparative economic systems, Contract theory, Development economics, Econometrics, Economic geography, Economic history, Economic sociology, Education economics, Energy economics, Entrepreneurial economics, Environmental economics, Feminist economics, Financial economics, Green economics, Industrial organization, Information economics, International economics, Institutional economics, Islamic economics, Labour economics, Law and economics, Managerial economics, Mathematical economics, Monetary economics, Public finance, Public economics, Real estate economics, Regional science, Resource economics, Socialist economics, Welfare economics

Economic methodologies: Behavioural economics, Classical Economics, Computational economics, Econometrics, Evolutionary economics, Experimental economics, Social psychology

Multidisciplinary fields involving economics: Bioeconomics, Constitutional economics, Econophysics, Neuroeconomics, Political economy, Socioeconomics, Transport economics

Economic ideology: Capitalist economy, Communist economy, Consumer economy (consumerism), Corporate economy, Fascist economy, Laissez-faire, Mercantilism, Natural economy, Primitive communism, Social market economy, Socialist economy

Economies, by regulation: Closed economy, Dual economy, Gift economy, Informal economy, Market economy, Mixed economy, Open economy, Participatory economy, Planned economy, Subsistence economy, Underground economy, Virtual economy

Economic activities: Business, Collective action, Commerce, Competition, Consumption, Distribution, Employment, Entrepreneurship, Export\Import, Government spending, Finance, Investment, Mergers and acquisitions, Pricing, Production, Trade (Balance of trade, Fair trade, Free trade, International trade, Safe trade, Tax, tariff and trade, Terms of trade, Trade bloc, Trade pact, Trader Ethic)

Economic forces: Aggregate demand, Aggregate supply, Deflation, Economic activity, Economies of agglomeration, Economies of scale, Economies of scope, Incentive, Inflation, Hyperinflation, Invisible hand, Preference, Profit motive

Economic problems: Depression, Financial crisis, Hyperinflation, Poverty, Recession, Stagflation, Unemployment

Trends and influences: Decentralization, Globalization, Industrialisation, Internationalization

Economic indicators: Consumer price index, Human Development Index, Measures of national income and output (Gross domestic product, Gross national product, National income, Net national income), Poverty level, Standard of living, UN Human Development Index Value, Value (Cost-of-production theory of value, Labour theory of value, Surplus value, Time value of money, Value added, Value of Earth, Value of life, Measuring well-being)

Economic participants: Employer, Employee, Entrepreneur, Central bank

Economic politics: Antitrust, Cartel, Government-granted monopoly, Reaganomics, Taxation (Income tax, Land value tax, Sales tax, Tariff, Tax, tariff and trade, Value-added tax)

Economic policy: Agricultural policy, Industrial policy, Investment policy, Fiscal policy, Monetary policy (Disinflation, Inflation targeting, Monetary hawk and dove, Monetary reform

Quantitative easing, Reflation), Incomes policy (Price controls, Price ceiling, Rent control, Price floor, Minimum wage), Minimum wage, Infrastructure-based development, Price controls, Inflation targeting, Rent control, Stabilization policy

Markets: Black market, Commodity markets, Financial market (Bond market, Money market, Spot market, Secondary market, Third market, Fourth market, Stock market), Free market, Labour market, Mass market, Media market, Regulated market, Characteristics of markets (Market failure, Market power, Market share, Market structure, Market system, Market transparency, Market trend, Market dominance), Market forms (Perfect competition, Monopolistic competition, Monopoly, Monopsony, Natural monopoly, Oligopoly, Oligopsony), Market-oriented activities (Market analysis, Marketing, Market segmentation, Market intelligence, Market research)

Money: Monetary system, Money supply, Currency, Local Currency, Convertibility

Capital: Capital asset, Capital intensity, Financial capital, Human capital, Individual capital, Natural capital, Social capital, Wealth


General financial concepts: Arbitrage, Capital, Cash Flow, Assets, Debt (Default, Consumer debt, Debt consolidation, Debt settlement, Credit counselling, Bankruptcy, Debt diet, Debt-snowball method), Discounted cash flow, Financial capital, Funding,, Financial modelling, Entrepreneur and Entrepreneurship, Fixed income analysis, Gap financing, Hedge, Interest rate (Risk-free interest rate, Term structure of interest rates), Short rate model, Interest (Effective interest rate, Nominal interest rate, Interest rate basis, Fisher equation, Crowding out, Annual percentage rate, Interest coverage ratio), Investment (Foreign direct investment, Gold as an investment, Over-investing) Leverage, Liquidity, Margin, Mark to market, Market Impact, Medium of exchange, Microcredit, Money creation, Money (Currency, Coin, Banknote, Counterfeit), Portfolio (Modern portfolio theory, Mutual fund separation theorem, Post-modern portfolio theory), Reference rate, Return, Investment performance, Right-financing, Risk (Financial risk, Risk management, Risk measure), Scenario analysis, Speculation, Position trader, Spread trade, Standard of deferred payment, Store of value, Time horizon, Time value of money (Discounting, Present value, Future value, Net present value, Internal rate of return, Modified internal rate of return, Annuity, Perpetuity), Unit of account, Volatility, Yield

Financial activities: Accounting (Auditing, Book keeping, Financial accountancy, Financial statements, Balance sheet, Cash flow statement, Income statement, Management accounting,  Philosophy of Accounting, Working capital), Banking (Ethical banking, Islamic banking), Corporate finance (Balance sheet analysis, Business plan, Capital budgeting, Investment policy, Business valuation, Stock valuation, Sources of financing, Capital structure, Cost of capital, Dividend policy, Dividend yield, Corporate action, Managerial finance, Management accounting, Mergers and acquisitions, Working capital management, Current assets, Current liabilities, Cash management, Supply chain management, Credit, Credit scoring, Default risk, Discounts and allowances) Investment management (Active management, Efficient market hypothesis, Portfolio, Modern portfolio theory, Capital asset pricing model, Arbitrage pricing theory, Passive management, Index fund, Activist shareholder, Mutual fund, Open-end fund, Closed-end fund,  Financial engineering, Long-Term Capital Management, Hedge fund, Hedge), Personal finance (Budget, Credit and debt, Credit card, Debt consolidation, Mortgage loan, Employment contract, Health insurance, Salary, Wage, Financial literacy, Insurance, Retirement plan, Pension, Social security, Tax advantage, Wealth, Personal financial management, Investment club, Collective investment scheme), Public finance (Central bank, Federal Reserve, Taxation, Industrial policy, Agricultural policy, Currency union, Monetary reform), Insurance (Actuarial science, Annuities, Insurable interest, Insurable risk, Health insurance, Disability insurance, Life insurance, Property insurance, Auto insurance, Casualty insurance, Reinsurance, Travel insurance)

Market and instruments: Capital markets, Securities, Financial markets, Primary market, Initial public offering, Aftermarket, Free market, Bull market, Bear market, Stock market, Common stock, Preferred stock, Treasury stock, Equity investment, Equity valuation, Investment theory, Money market, Exchange rate, Commodity market, Derivatives market, Forward markets, Option markets, Swap markets, Equity derivatives, Credit derivatives, Foreign exchange derivatives.

Financial regulation: Corporate governance, Financial risk, counselling and management, Regulatory bodies, Fraud and Litigation, Settlements.

Asset types: Real Estate, Securities, Commodities, Futures, Cash.

Valuation: Value, Fair value, Intrinsic value, Cash flow, Relative valuation, Market-based valuation.