About the Journal

In this modern era, the scientific research and innovations is taking the front line in academia and amongst the academicians. The University of Sindh Journal of Finance, Economics and Management Sciences (USJFEM) aims to publish articles dealing with theoretical and empirical studies in Finance, Banking, Accounting, Human Resources Management, Marketing, Economics, and relevant interdisciplinary topics while maintaining the high standards of a fully refereed academic journal. Its primary focus will be on empirical studies utilizing recent advances in financial economics with an emphasis on the policy relevance of the findings. USJFEM will be an open access International refereed research publishing journal with a focused aim on promoting and publishing original high quality research.

Mission Statement
To promote pragmatic research by actively encouraging novel and ground-breaking contributions, particularly encouraging innovative ideas in conceptual development and research methodology from scholars across the broad domains of Finance, Economics and Management sciences, thereby disseminating the results of theoretical and empirical analyses in the relevant fields.

Focus and Scope

The USJFEM aims to provide an intellectual platform for the local as well as international scholars to exchange their ideas on important issues and views that are unique and insightful. USJFEM also encourages interdisciplinary studies in the domains of financial economics and management and is not preferentially disposed towards either empirical work or pure theory, or towards one particular method or approach. The scope of the journal comprises, but not restricted to, the following topics:

  • Corporate Finance
  • Economic fluctuations
  • Strategic management
  • International Finance
  • Applied Economic Theory
  • Business process management
  • Financial Derivatives
  • Income distribution and growth
  • Corporate culture and motivation
  • Portfolio and security analysis
  • Human capital and trade
  • Marketing and consumer behaviors
  • Risk Management
  • Global economic crisis
  • Corporate Social Responsiblity
  • Behavioral Finance
  • Political Economy
  • Performance measurement & management
  • Banking and Microcredit
  • Overlapping-generations models
  • Corporate Governance
  • Accounting and Financial Reporting
  • Foreign exchange and Exchange Rate Regimes
  • Business Entrepreneurship and Policy
  • Islamic Finance
  • Econophysics
  • Training and Development