Review of Financial Studies

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Review of Financial Studies  
Abbreviated title (ISO 4)
Rev. Financ. Stud.
Discipline Finance
Language English
Edited by Andrew Karolyi
Publication details
Publisher
Publication history
1988-present
Frequency Monthly
3.532
Indexing
ISSN 0893-9454 (print)
1465-7368 (web)
LCCN sf93094251
OCLC no. 40777420
Links

The Review of Financial Studies is a peer-reviewed academic journal published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the Society for Financial Studies. It was established following discussions at the 1986 Western Finance Association (WFA) meetings, and the first issue was published in 1988.[1] Its editor-in-chief is Andrew Karolyi (Cornell University). According to the Journal Citation Reports, the journal has a 2013 impact factor of 3.532.[2]

Editors[edit]

The following persons are or have been editors-in-chief:

  • Andrew Karolyi (Cornell University, 2014–present)
  • David Hirshleifer (UC Irvine, 2011–2014)
  • Matthew Spiegel (Yale University, 2005–2011)
  • Maureen O'Hara (Cornell University, 2000–2005)
  • Ravi Jagannathan (Northwestern University, 1997–2000)
  • Franklin Allen (University of Pennsylvania, 1994–1997)
  • Chester Spatt (Carnegie Mellon University, 1991–1994)
  • Michael Brennan (UCLA; 1988–1990)

Michael Brennan Award[edit]

The Michael Brennan Award, named after the first editor of the journal, is an annual prize given to authors in recognition of important finance research papers published in the journal. The first prize is US$20,000 and the second prize is US$7,000.[3] The winners are announced at the Western Finance Association meetings in June as well as in the journal and on its website. The winners are selected by the editorial board, including the executive editor, the co-editors, and the associate editors.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "History of the RFS". 
  2. ^ "Review of Financial Studies". 2013 Journal Citation Reports. Web of Science (Social Sciences ed.). Thomson Reuters. 2014. 
  3. ^ "Awards". Oxford University Press. Retrieved 2014-08-10. 

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