Open Economies Review
Open Economies Review features theoretical and empirical studies examining international economic issues or national economic issues with transnational relevance. In addition, it explores specific events emanating from important branches of the literature.
This journal provides a forum for all viewpoints and schools of thought, encouraging interdisciplinary communication and interaction among researchers in the field. Among the topics addressed in the journal are models and applications of trade flows, commercial policy, adjustment mechanisms to external imbalances, exchange rate movements, alternative monetary regimes, real and financial integration, monetary union, economic development, and external debt.
Officially cited as: Open Econ Rev
Impact Factor 2016: 0.840
5-Year Impact Factor: 1.020
Safety for Whom? The Scattered Global Financial Safety Net and the Role of Regional Financial Arrangements
The Performance of Islamic Vs. Conventional Banks: Evidence on the Suitability of the Basel Capital Ratios
- Journal Title
- Open Economies Review
- Volume 1 / 1990 - Volume 29 / 2018
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- Online ISSN
- Springer US
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