JFCP Special Issue: COVID-19 and Consumer Finance

Guest Editor: Xiangyi (Daniel) Meng, Central University of Finance and Economics

Submission Date: December 1, 2022


 

Call for papers:

We are pleased to announce a call for papers for a special issue on “COVID-19 and Consumer Finance.” Original research papers with topics relevant to consumer financial issues in the age of COVID-19 pandemic are welcome. We hope all papers use data collected in 2020 or later. All papers written for this special issue should be positioned for improving consumer financial capability and wellbeing. Besides rigorous research designs and analyses, the submitted papers should have clear implications for practitioners in the fields of financial counseling, planning, and education.

The submission deadline is December 1, 2022. Early submissions are encouraged and manuscripts will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Manuscripts should be submitted online via link: https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/jfcp. Be sure to select the “Special Issue: COVID-19 and Consumer Finance” article type from the drop-down menu when submitting. The submission guidelines and other journal information can be found at: http://www.afcpe.org/news-and-publications/get-published. For further questions or inquiries about the special issue, please contact the guest editor, Xiangyi (Daniel) Meng at xiangyi.meng@cufe.edu.cn.

JFCP Special Issue: Novel Approaches to Financial Education

Guest Editor:Yoon Lee

Submission Date: March 1, 2023



Call for papers:

We are pleased to announce a call for papers for a special issue on “Novel Approaches to Financial Education.” Original research papers or focused literature reviews with topics relevant to financial education are welcome. Papers should explore topics about financial education in a new, unusual, and/or interesting way, besides evaluating the effectiveness of standard financial education programs.

Interested authors are encouraged to present new approaches to financial education programs, creative ideas on how to increase the effectiveness of existing programs, and ideas on how to better reach and increase financial literacy of vulnerable populations. Research on financial education in both formal and informal settings is welcomed. In addition to rigorous research designs and analyses, the submitted papers should have clear implications for practitioners in the field of personal finance. We especially welcome papers that build upon research findings published in previous issues of Journal of Financial Counselling and Planning.

All research papers written for this special issue should help improve financial literacy through novel approaches to financial education.

The deadline for submission is March 1, 2023. Submission will be peer-reviewed. Manuscripts should be submitted online via link: https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/jfcp. Be sure to select the “Special Issue: Novel Approaches to Financial Education” article type from the drop-down menu when submitting. Submission guidelines and other journal information can be found at: https://media.springerpub.com/media/springer-journals/JFCP_Guidelines.pdf.

Interested authors are encourage to first submit their papers to the 2022 AFCPE Symposium for initial feedback (submissions are due June 3rd, 2022). Papers accepted by the symposium will receive priority for consideration in the selection process for this special issue. The symposium submission deadline and other information can be found at: http://www.afcpe.org/symposium.

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