Journal of Investment Management
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The Journal of Investment Management (JOIM) is a fully refereed publication that bridges the theory and practice of investment management. The Journal Of Investment Management offers rigorous research with practical significance, drawing from the disciplines of finance, economics and accounting.
JOIM's framework for editorial review is fundamental to JOIM's mission. Aside from the double blind refereeing of all manuscripts, authors are encouraged to place equations in a technical appendix with each equation accompanied by a descriptive interpretation in words.
Other features of JOIM include a Practitioners Digest which highlights the practical significance of each manuscript; an Insights section where leading authorities from academia and the profession share insights or thoughts; Case Studies on topics of timely interest; a review of Survey Of The Literature, including important new work or additional material related to one of the papers published; a review of Street Research which covers rigorous research material produced by Wall Street; and Book Reviews.