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International Review of Applied Financial Issues
International Review of Applied Financial Issues and Economics is a quarterly international refereed review aiming at publishing high quality papers on all aspects of finance and economic, including namely traditional areas such as asset pricing, corporate finance, behavioral finance, hedging and risk management of financial instruments and market microstructure, as well as new areas such as markets and institutions of emerging markets. The focus of IRAFIE is devoted to researches that deal with international issues or issues related to specific countries.
Peer Review Statement
All papers submitted on the International Review of Applied Financial Issues and Economics have undergone rigorous peer review, consisting of initial screening by the editor and double-blind refereeing by at least two reviewers.
All research articles in this review should aim to be of interest to a broad readership, embracing researchers and practitioners across a range of specialisms and within a variety of organizations.
Terrorism and the Stock Market
G. Andrew Karolyi and Rodolfo Martell
Optimal Trading of Arbitrage Opportunities with Market Impact
Some Notes on Golden Rules and Risk Aversion in a Merton Type Solow Growth Model
Christian-Oliver Ewal and Johannes Geissler
Pricing Credit-Rated Defaultable Coupon Bonds
Raj Jagannathan, Ehud Ronn and Wei Chen
Testing the Martingale Difference Hypothesis in UK Financial Markets
Lijun Fan and Terence C. Mills
Copula Correlation, Default Correlation and the Financial Crisis
Donald R. Chambers, Jeffrey Liebner and Qin Lu