International Finance (journal)

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International Finance  
Discipline Finance, economics
Language English
Edited by Benn Steil
Publication details
Publisher
Publication history
1998-present
Frequency 3/year
Indexing
ISSN 1367-0271
Links

International Finance is a peer-reviewed academic journal aimed at "bridging the gap between theory and policy in macroeconomics and finance."[1] Its founder and editor-in-chief is Benn Steil, director of international economics at the Council on Foreign Relations.

Purpose[edit]

International Finance seeks to publish "thought-provoking, policy-relevant analysis"[1] that is both theoretically rigorous and practically relevant.

Typical areas covered by the journal include:

Format[edit]

International Finance publishes three issues annually. Each issue contains peer-reviewed articles that apply rigorous analysis to "contemporary economic problems."[2] In addition, the journal features non-peer-reviewed policymaker commentary, extended book review essays, and debate pairings featuring leading scholars.

Notable articles and contributors[edit]

Bubble Bursting: A Debate (Spring 2006)

The Economic Crisis: A Debate (Spring 2009)

Commentaries

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b International Finance Homepage
  2. ^ International Finance Aims and Scope

External links[edit]