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The Financial Review publishes original empirical, theoretical and methodological research providing new insights into issues of importance in all areas of financial economics. Examples of topics include asset pricing, banking, corporate finance, corporate governance, derivative instruments, financial intermediation, financial research methodology, investment management, market microstructure, mergers and acquisitions, risk management, risk measurement, securities pricing and market equilibrium. We seek a global authorship and varied perspectives.
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