The fee for submitting to an SFS journal (RAPS, RCFS, or RFS) will be increasing on July 1, 2015. The new submission fee will be $240 for members and $300 for nonmembers.
Accordingly, we’ll also be increasing our referee payments. The new referee payment for an on-time report will be $200, beginning July 1.
RFS Editor Itay Goldstein’s reseach was featured in a recent Reuters piece, “Corporate bond funds + illiquidity = risk.” Read the article online here.
The winners of the RFS Awards were announced at the Awards Reception on Tuesday, May 19, at the SFS Finance Cavalcade Conference. We are pleased to now share the winners:
Distinguished Referee Award
Zhi Da, Doron Levit, Andrey Malenko, Gregory Nini, Adi Sunderam, Sheri Tice, and Liyan Yang
Michael J. Brennan Best Paper Award
“High-Frequency Trading and Price Discovery” by Jonathan Brogaard, Terrence Hendershott, and Ryan Riordan
Michael J. Brennan Best Paper Runner Up
“Financial Market Dislocations” by Paolo Pasquariello
Referee of the Year
Rising Scholar Award
“Capital Account Opening and Wage Inequality” by Mauricio Larrain
Congratulations to all our award winners!
For past award history, please visit our Awards page.
We are happy to announce that our publisher has made LaTeX style files available to help authors format their papers according to RFS style. You can reach the files on our publisher’s web site or on our web site under Accepted Papers. Please note: these files are for formatting your accepted paper. When submitting a paper, you will still need to follow the guidelines for submissions.
Please contact Jaclyn with any feedback regarding the new files.
A new installment of Andrew Karolyi’s Executive Editor blog is now available. This month’s feature, “Non-Marketable Assets and Capital Market Equilibrium – Redux” examines “Human Capital as an Asset Class Implications from a General Equilibrium Model” by Miguel Palacios. Visit the RFS Executive Editor Blog to read the post.
The Editor’s Choice article for May 2015 (issue 28/5) is “New Evidence on the Financialization of Commodity Markets” by , , and . You can read the article free online here.
The Editor’s Choice article for June 2015 (issue 28/6) is “Capital Account Opening and Wage Inequality” by Mauricio Larrain. You can read the article free online here.
Executive Editor Andrew Karolyi’s new book, “Cracking the Emerging Markets Enigma,” will launch May 15, 2015, at a special event at the Brookings Institution in Washington, DC. For more, visit www.emergingmarketsenigma.com.
We’ll be announcing the winners of this year’s RFS awards at the Awards Reception held on May 19th at Cavalcade 2015. The RFS Awards include the Michael J. Brennan Best Paper Award Winner & Runner Up, the Rising Scholar Award, the RFS Referee of the Year Award, and RFS Distinguished Referee Awards. To see winners from previous years, visit RFS Awards.
The 2015 Wharton Conference on Liquidity and Financial Crises will feature a dual submission option with RFS. The RFS sponsoring editor is Itay Goldstein. The deadline for paper submission is June 15, 2015. The conference will take place October 9-10, 2015. The Call for Papers may be viewed here.
RFS Executive Editor Andrew Karolyi will be the keynote speaker at the Conference on Culture and Finance at Wake Forest University on April 16, 2015. For more, visit the conference web site.