Special Issue "Contemporary Issues in Business and Economics"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 December 2019).
A printed edition of this Special Issue is available here.
Interests: economics; econometrics; financial econometrics; statistics; quantitative finance; risk and financial management; energy economics and finance; time series analysis; forecasting; technology and innovation; industrial organization; health and medical economics; tourism research and management
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Interests: applied financial economics; energy economics and finance; inequality; industrial organisation; risk management; fiscal federalism and economic growth
This Special Issue is devoted to selected papers accepted and presented at the 2019 Vietnam’s Business and Economics Research Conference (VBER2019), organised by Ho Chi Minh City Open University, in 18–20 July 2019. The Issue is associated with the broad coverage of the contemporary issues in business and economics, reflecting a key them of VBER2019—Vietnam’s Place in the Asia Pacific Region.
Contributions to the Special Issue should be theoretical and empirical studies including risk management and firms’ practice, energy economics and finance, inequality and growth, wages and job satisfaction, firms and banks performance, systemic and exchange rate risk.
Prof. Dr. Chia-Lin Chang
Dr. Duc Hong Vo
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- theoretical and applied economics
- theoretical and applied financial econometrics
- quantitative finance
- financial management
- time series analysis
- energy economics
- energy finance
- agricultural economics
- taxation and expenditure
- minimum wage, job satisfactions and unemployment
- firms’ practice and corporate social responsibility
- international rankings of journals and academics