Founded in 1987, the Revue d’économie financière (REF) deals with all subjects related to financial economics in the broadest sense: banking economics, corporate finance, market finance, financial history, monetary policy, international finance, etc. It offers a plurality of points of view thanks to the diversity of the authors it hosts.
It publishes four issues per year. Each issue includes a thematic dossier composed of about ten articles, a review section, a financial history column and various articles submitted spontaneously to the journal.
The thematic dossiers are produced under the direction of two pilots chosen by the editorial board for their expertise in the subject. The pilots design the content of the dossier, contact the authors and supervise the scientific quality.
The articles submitted must correspond to the editorial line and meet commonly accepted scientific requirements. They are subject to a double-blind refereeing process.
The referees are appointed according to the topics covered. The editorial staff ensures that submissions are processed as quickly as possible and informs authors of the progress of the process.
The articles published must be readable by professionals, researchers and academics who are not necessarily specialists in the issues addressed. For this reason, mathematical formalisation should be kept to a minimum.
The world of finance is largely internationalised. For this reason, the REF is particularly keen to address international themes and to encourage the increasing participation of foreign authors. Whenever the topic lends itself to it, it publishes an English version.
Publishing director: Sylvain de Forges
Scientific advisor: Olivier Pastré
Editorial manager: François-Xavier Albouy
Editorial and Publication Coordinator: Paola Camilleri
Editorial Secretary: Françoise Coscuella-Sarrade
Honorary presidents: Jacques Delmas-Marsalet and Hélène Ploix
Patrick Artus, Director of Research and Studies, Natixis
Raphaëlle Bellando, Professor, Université d'Orléans
Kheira Benhami, Director of the Studies, Strategy and Risk Division, AMF
Pervenche Berès, President, AEFR
Christian de Boissieu, Professor, Université Paris I
Jean Boissinot, Advisor to the Governors, Banque de France
Pierre Bollon, General Delegate, Association française de la gestion financière
Arnaud de Bresson, General Delegate, Paris Europlace
Jean-Bernard Chatelain, Professor, Université Paris I, GdRE "Monnaie Banque et Finance"
Jézabel Couppey-Soubeyran, Senior Lecturer, Université Paris I - Panthéon Sorbonne
Claude Diebolt, Director of Research at the CNRS, Université de Strasbourg
Jean-Louis Fort, Lawyer at the Court
Olivier Garnier, Director General for Statistics, Research and International Affairs, Banque de France
Ulrige Hege, Professor, Toulouse School of Economics
Pierre Jaillet, Research Associate, IRIS
Fatos Koc, Head of Public Debt Management, OCDE
Isabelle Laudier, Head of Institute for Research, Groupe Caisse des Dépôts
Frédéric Lobez, Professor, Université de Lille II, SKEMA
Catherine Lubochinsky, Professor, Université Paris II - Assas
Sylvie Matherat, Senior global advisor, Mazars
Jean-Paul Pollin, Professor, Université d’Orléans
Philippe Trainar, Professor, Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers
Natacha Valla, Dean, Ecole du Management et de l'innovation, Sciences-Po
Instructions for Authors
All draft articles should be submitted on the REF website www.aef.asso.fr by clicking on “Submit an article to the REF”.
The submission must include the following elements:
– a Word file of the manuscript that does not allow the identification of its authors (signature, references, bibliography, etc.);
– two abstracts of the article, one in French and one in English, each of a size of +/- 1,000 characters, including spaces;
– a Word file specifying the names, functions and contact details of the authors (email and postal address);
– for each graph, an Excel file containing the data and the graphical representation.
Articles must be original manuscripts that have not been previously published. As long as a manuscript submitted to the journal is under review, authors agree not to submit it to another journal.
Articles should be no longer than 15 pages, including tables, graphs, bibliography and appendices, i.e. approximately 25,000 characters, and contain no more than eight graphs or tables.
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Print ISSN : 0987-3368
Online ISSN : 1777-5744
Publisher : Association d'économie financière