6th Winter MFS Conference - A preliminary version of the conference program is now available online
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The latest issue (Vol. 21, No. 1-4) of the Multinational Finance Journal is available online
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Manuscript submission for the 7th Spring MFS Conference is now open!!
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Manuscript Submission

To submit your manuscript you have to login to your account (if you do not have an account, please create one), choose Multinational Finance Journal and then click on the ‘Submit a new Manuscript’ link. In case of re-submission, click the link "Manuscript re-submission" below the status of your paper in your account (this link is only available when the manuscript has status "Being Revised"). During the online submission process, detailed guidelines will appear on your screen providing information on how to proceed in each consecutive step of the submission. Moreover, all contacts between editor and corresponding author (including editor’s decision notification) are to take place via e-mails.

The submission/re-submission fee for MFS members is €80 and for non-members is €150.

Please note that the submission fee for the special issue "Volatility Modeling and Empirical Applications in Asset Pricing and Risk Management" is waived. Please ignore the payment procedure in case that the submission process promets you for payment.

The fee for papers submitted for the Shipping Finance special section is €150. A reduced fee of €80 applies for paper submissions from IAME members (please note membership details on the cover letter).

Manuscripts that are desk-rejected are subject to a minimum submission fee charge of €80.

Note that manuscript submissions will only be considered for editorial review after full payment of the submission fee.

Payments can be made online using PayPal by clicking the "Proceed with payment" link below the status of the submitted paper found in the user’s account.

Status of Manuscripts Under Review

Authors that have manuscripts under review can found the status regarding the progress of their manuscripts through their account.