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Call for papers: Special Issue on Digital Currencies – The Journal of Risk Finance

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Announcement:

To FinTech scientists, experts and enthusiasts,

You are invited to submit your manuscripts about innovative and interesting insights on Digital currencies and Blockchain technologies to the Special Issue “Digital Currencies” of The Journal of Risk Finance at the following link http://www.emeraldgrouppublishing.com/products/journals/news_story.htm?id=6893 by 31st December 2016.

Please read the author guidelines here: http://www.emeraldgrouppublishing.com/products/journals/author_guidelines.htm?id=jrf.

For queries including the special issue, please contact the Guest Editor:

Paolo Tasca

UCL Centre for Blockchain Technologies

p.tasca@ucl.ac.uk

General Information 

Submission Deadline

  • 31st December 2016

Planning Your Content

  • A special issue for JRF would normally consist of 6 articles, plus an optional guest editorial.
  • Each article needs to be approximately between 3000 and 8000 words long.

Getting to Know the ScholarOne System

  • For transparency and ease of administration, it is essential that all of Emerald’s journal content is submitted, reviewed and accepted through the ScholarOne online system. You’ll find a link to the appropriate site for this journal  here.
  • General submission guidelines for authors can also be found here.

Banking Beyond Banks and Money

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