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4th EBA Policy Research Workshop
Jfmi Management, April 9, 2015

Financial regulation and the real economy: a micro-prudential perspective

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New Rankings for Jfmi
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JFMI is now included in the Association of Business Schools’ Academic Journal Guide 2015 and in the AIDEA journals ranking

Call for papers/Special Issue

Financial Literacy
Jfmi Management, September 22, 2014

Special Issue on Financial Literacy

Guest Editors:

Paola Bongini, University of Milan-Bicocca (IT), Luca Colombo (Università Cattolica di Milano), Malgorzata Iwanicz-Drozdowska (Warsaw School of Economics)

In recent years, financial literacy has gained the attention of a wide range of organizations,both at the national level - policymakers and financial regulatory authorities - and at the international level (OECD, World Bank). Interested groups are concerned that consumers may lack the minimum knowledge of financial concepts to be able to make informed financial decisions in their day-by-day life, namely: budgeting; managing effectively their money, credit and debt; assessing needs for insurance and protection; evaluating the different risks and returns involved in savings and investment options; saving for long- term goals. Financial crises intensify the risks that less financially literate consumers face: lacking the sophistication required to absorb financial shocks, they are more vulnerable to financial market fluctuation. While financial literacy studies have not a long tradition, a rapidly growing body of research – both in economics and social sciences – has now been devoted to the assessment of financial literacy metrics and financial education programs. Researchers in economics, public policy, consumer sciences, education, business, marketing, social work, sociology, psychology, communication and related fields are encouraged to submit papers focusing on financial literacy - a combination of awareness, knowledge, skill, attitude and behavior which are necessary to make sound financial decisions and ultimately achieve individual financial well-being. Proposals should be research oriented, and could include empirical research or rigorous case-study research.

Research topics for the special issue may include but are not limited to:

  • Assessment of financial literacy: evaluations of metrics, survey questions, and methodologies to effectively measure financial literacy

  • Financial information seeking behavior: optimal combinations of financial information, advice, regulation, disclosure, and delivery mechanisms, including default options, and their impact on starting and maintaining positive financial habits debt effectiveness; exploring how games and simulations, on-line learning platforms, mobile applications, and other technology-based financial education and information tools can be used to deliver effective financial knowledge and skills

  • Financial literacy pre-requisites: types of knowledge that best motivate and facilitate financial action, and how such knowledge is acquired

  • Financial literacy and potential gaps: the role of diversity (gender, ethnicity, age, education) in building financial awareness

  • Financial literacy and barriers: the importance of financial literacy and financial education programs in reducing barriers to accessing credit and financial services

  • Financial literacy in the work place: financial education programs for employees on retirement and investing

  • School-based financial literacy: preparing youth and their families to plan for their futures, save for retirement and other long term goals, and/or successfully manage their credit and

  • Financial education programs: evaluations of the delivery of financial education programs that identify effective approaches, delivery channels, and other resources that enhance

Manuscripts must be submitted electronically from July 31, 2014 to December 5th, 2014 at the following web page address:

Permanent call for papers

Submissions for future publication
Jfmi Management, June 28, 2013

Permanent Call For Papers

Coming soon to FEN Professional Announcements!

The JFMI Editorial Board is delighted to announce the Contents of its First Issue. As JFMI is an open access Journal, the following papers are now available.

The Editorial Board welcomes submissions of papers to be considered for future JFMI publication.


      • The mission of the JFMI is to provide new insights that can significantly contribute to advancing knowledge regarding financial institutions, markets and corporate finance. Potential contributions should address useful research questions, have a sound and robust research design and a rigorous methodological approach. They can be of an empirical, analytical, or clinical nature. The Journal encourages the submission of papers which are based on a multidisciplinary approach that reflects the diversity of the different research areas in finance.


      • The JFMI publishes papers that have been accepted by the Editorial Board after a double-blind peer-reviewed process. The Journal’s Editorial Board is committed to an effective, accurate, transparent and rapid review process. To this end, a global team of Associate Editors supports the Editorial Board ( in the reviewing process.


      • The Journal is bi-annual (published twice a year) and will be freely available on-line to make research easily accessible beyond the academic community.
      • Papers must be submitted electronically at the following web page address:




Please note that this is a Permanent Call for Papers and Authors can send their scientific papers without any specific submission deadline. Papers received within October 2013 will be considered for publication in the second JFMI issue.


Thank you for your time and attention


The Editorial Board


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