Journal of Emerging Markets (JEM) has become the
major forum for research on issues pertaining to the emerging
markets, the status of borrowers in these markets and related
issues. All manuscripts whether research articles, policy papers or
factual discussions will be subject to a rigorous peer review by a
distinguished review panel, composed of internationally
knowledgeable experts and specialists. A key objective of JEM is to
ensure that the journal is made available to the widest range of
readers in all nations and international institutions.
JEM is supported by The Peter J. Tobin College of Business, St.
John’s University, and the Emerging Markets Traders Association,
New York City Institutional sponsors are welcome. JEM is indexed
and abstracted by Journal of Economic Literature
and other leading services.
What’s in Journal of Emerging
- Authoritative articles analyzing recent developments, problems
- Empirical analysis on individual countries market sectors or
- Case studies of developments, problems or opportunities in
- Analyses of market structure, changes in structure and market
- Country update reports, including useful statistical tables
documenting trends in economy and finance
- Reviews of recent books, conference reports
Previously Published Issues of The Journal of
The Editors announce a call for papers for publication in
Journal of Emerging Markets. JEM provides a forum for the exchange
of information and ideas concerning the rapidly growing emerging
debt and equity markets.
- Send two hard copies of your paper, with a brief cover letter.
Name (identity) of authors(s) should not appear on paper. Do not
send diskette until paper is accepted for publication.
- Submission fee is now $60. The check should be made payable to
Journal of Emerging Markets.
- Effective with papers received in 2006, there is a publication
fee of $90. This is not payable until final, edited version of
paper is returned to The Editors.
Submission of Manuscripts
For instructions to authors and details of how to
submit manuscripts, please contact:
Journal of Emerging Markets
The Peter J. Tobin College of Business
St. John’s University
8000 Utopia Parkway
Jamaica, NY 11439