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Call for papers: The Review of Asset Pricing Studies

Call for papers: The Review of Asset Pricing Studies
Edited by: Professor Wayne Ferson

A Journal of The Society for Financial Studies

The Review of Asset Pricing Studies ( RAPS ) strives to publish the highest quality research in asset pricing, broadly construed. RAPS will evaluate papers based on their substantive original contribution to our understanding of the pricing of assets.

Asset pricing includes, but is not limited to, the following topic areas:

    • Theoretical and empirical models of asset prices and returns
    • Empirical methodology
    • Substantive empirical research
    • Macro-finance
    • The study of financial institutions as related to asset prices
    • Information and liquidity in asset markets
    • Behavioral investment studies
    • Asset market structure and microstructure
    • Risk analysis
    • Hedge funds
    • Mutual funds
    • Alternative investments

and other topics…

Prestigious Editorial Team
The Review of Asset Pricing Studies ( RAPS ) is edited by a prestigious, international team. Visit the editorial board page for details.

Quality
Be published alongside top authors, including Nobel Prize winner Eugene F. Fama .

High Visibility
RAPS is an independent journal that is sponsored by the Society for Financial Studies, which also sponsors The Review of Financial Studies ( RFS ). All RFS subscribers now receive a subscription to RAPS and so you can be confident that your work will reach a large international audience.

How do I submit?
Manuscripts are accepted for publication on the understanding that they have been submitted solely to The Review of Asset Pricing Studies and that they have not been previously published either in whole or in part.

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