The editors are delighted to announce the official relaunch of Finance and Society as a Cambridge University Press journal.
Finance and Society promotes the analysis of finance as a set of powerful institutions and widely diffused logics of organisation, valuation, and distribution in our societies. The journal offers a unique cross-disciplinary platform, publishing ground-breaking research in which the socio-political character of finance and the society-wide implications of financialisation take precedence. It is a gold open access journal.
Finance and Society is now open for submissions. The editors are seeking high-quality submissions and proposals that deepen the cross-disciplinary dialogue on finance, from theoretical interventions and empirical studies to policy-oriented work.
Submissions are invited in the following formats:
- Research articles of 9-11,000 words;
- Essays or policy focus articles of 4-6,000 words;
- Review articles of 3-4,000 words; and
- Book reviews of 1-2,000 words.
Proposals from guest editors for special issues and forums are also welcomed. Special issues can combine any of the above formats, and may also feature a forum. Forums should consist of 4-6 contributions of 3-4,000 words each.
All publications will get article-level promotion through the Finance and Society Network (FSN). More information available on the new journal website: https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/finance-and-society