"The Value of Financial Advice"
Terrance K. Martin, Jr., Woodbury School of Business, Utah Valley University
Financial Services Review (FSR) is the official publication of the Academy of Financial Services (AFS). The primary objective of this refereed academic journal is to encourage rigorous empirical research that examines individual behavior in terms of financial planning and services. We are pleased to announce a call for papers for two special issues on "Financial Literacy” and “The Value of Financial Advice.” Original research papers relevant to each of the topics are welcomed. The empirical implications of submitted manuscripts should be relevant for academic and practitioners in the field of individual financial management.
Our goal is to attract papers that will increase scientific knowledge in these two important areas of research in financial planning and individual financial management. Therefore, we encourage new perspectives and application or extension of previously utilized models and techniques. Unfocused, poorly written papers, or papers without data and empirical analysis will not be considered. All submissions will be double-blind peer-reviewed.
Papers submitted to the Special Issues will receive expedited reviews. We are also offering a reduced submission/membership fee of $100 (total) for submission to these special issues. In your submission, please indicate which Special Issue you are submitting to.
Submission guidelines for the Financial Services Review can be found at FSR Submission Guidelines.
How to submit your article:
Download a copy of this Call for Papers for Special Issues HERE.