The Finance Journal considers for publication full-length
articles and short-length articles of 1000 to 2000
words. Short-length articles can generally be published
sooner than full length articles. All material submitted
will be acknowledged on receipt. Full-length articles
are subject to peer review. Copies of the referees'
comments will be forwarded electronically to the author
along with the editor's decision.
finance journal article can be published unless accompanied
by a signed publication agreement, which serves as
a transfer of copyright from author to the JIFAM Journal.
A publication agreement may be obtained here. Only
original papers will be accepted and copyright in
published papers will be vested in the publisher.
It is the author's responsibility to obtain written
permission to reproduce material that has appeared
in another publication.
of submitted material:
manuscripts must be submitted electronically in one
of the following formats: Html, ASCII, RTF Microsoft
Word, Wordperfect. The beginning of the manuscript
must bear the title of the paper and the full names
of the authors as well as their affiliations, full
postal and e-mail addresses. In the case of multiple
authors, please indicate which author is to receive
correspondence. Financial support may be acknowledged
within the article to avoid footnotes. A list of keywords
along with an informative abstract of 200 words or
less is required for full-length articles.
general, the style should follow the forms given in
the Publication Manual of the American Psychological
Association (Washington, DC: 1994).
general, the background and purpose of the article
should be stated first, followed by details of the
methods, materials, procedures, and equipment used.
Findings, discussion and conclusions should follow
in that order. Appendices are not encouraged. The
APA Publication Manual should be consulted for details
should be kept to a minimum and be used only when
absolutely necessary. They should be prepared and
submitted in one of the following forms: JPEG File
Interchange (jpg), Compuserve GIF (gif), Windows Bitmaps
(bmp), Tagged Image File (tif), PC Paintbrush (pcx).
In any case images should not exceed width of 450
accuracy and completeness of the references is the
responsibility of the author. References to personal
letters, paper presented at meetings, and other unpublished
material may be included. If such material may be
of help in the evaluation of the paper, copies should
be made available to the Editor. Papers which are
part of a series should include a citation of the
previous paper. Explanatory material may be appended
to the end of a citation to avoid footnotes in text.
The format for citations in text for bibliographic
references follows the Publication Manual of the American
Psychological Association (4th ed., 1994). Citation
of an author's work in the text should follow the
author-date method of citation; the surname of the
author(s) and the year of publication should appear
in text. For example,
Paisley (1993) found that...
Recent research has shown that...(Schauder, 1994)
In other work (Gordon & Lenk, 1992; Harman, 1991)...
of citations to a journal article, a book, a chapter
in a book, and published proceedings of a meeting
Buckland, M., & Gey, F. (1994). The relationship
between recall and precision. Journal of the
American Society for Information Science, 45, 12-19.
Borgman, C.L. (Ed.). (1990). Scholarly
communication and bibliometrics. London: Sage.
Bauin, S., & Rothman, H. (1992). "Impact"
journals as proxies for citation counts. In P.
Weingart, R. Sehringer, & M. Winterhager (Eds.),
Representations of science and technology (pp.
225-239). Leiden: DSWO Press.
case of any question about bibliographic forms, refer
to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological
Association, 4th edition, Washington, DC, 1994. Copies
may be ordered from: APA Order Department, P.O. Box
92984, Washington, DC 20090-2984, USA.
* The Global Journal of International Financial Analysts
* 0-9749946-0-X * 2004
* ANNOUNCEMENT / CALL FOR PAPERS *
Global Journal of International Financial Analysts
(JIFAM) is a scholarly, peer refereed journal that
provides a forum and means for exchanging information
on the social impact of information technologies.
JIFAM's scope includes the effects of information
technology on business, socialization, entertainment,
and education. The Journal publishes
original research articles, short experimental reports,
review mono- graphs, technical notes, as well as special,
thematic issues with commentaries.
Global Journal of International Financial Analysts
(JIFAM) is unique in providing a diverse forum for
those interested in the effects of theories or implementation
of information technology. It, therefore, promotes
an exchange of information between groups
not always thought to share a common interest. In
general, JIFAM is designed for the following audiences:
researchers, developers, and practitioners in schools,
industry, and government; administrators, policy decision-makers,
and other specialists in computer information systems.
are invited to submit high quality papers that match
the Journal's scope. The Journal considers for publication
full-length articles and short-length articles of
1000 words or less. Short-length articles can generally
be published sooner than full length articles. All
manuscripts must be submitted electronically. Authors
should simply submit their articles in their standard
culturally accepted form.