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18-01-2021 | Research Article

Optimal group size in microlending

Microlending, where a bank lends to a small group of people without credit histories, began with the Grameen Bank in Bangladesh, and is widely seen as the creation of Muhammad Yunus, who received the Nobel Peace Prize in recognition of his largely …

18-01-2021 | Research Article

On modifications of the Bachelier model

Mathematically, stock prices described by a classical Bachelier model are sums of a Brownian motion and an absolute continuous drift. Hence, stock prices can take negative values, and financially, it is not appropriate. This drawback is overcome …

09-11-2020 | Research Article

Revisiting the link between financial development and industrialization: evidence from low and middle income countries

The paper uses a dynamic panel model to analyze the relationship between financial development and industrialization in the context of low and middle income countries between 1970 and 2014. The results indicate that the relationship between the …

06-10-2020 | Research Article

Panel data modeling of bank deposits

Studying the dynamics of deposits is important for three reasons: first, it serves as an important component of liquidity stress testing; second, it is crucial to asset-liability management exercises and the allocation between liquid and illiquid …

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Annals of Finance will, different from existing journals, cover all aspects of finance in one journal. In this way, the journal is different from the competition.
The purpose of Annals of Finance is to provide an outlet for original research in all areas of finance and its applications to other disciplines having a clear and substantive link to the general theme of finance. In particular, innovative research papers of moderate length of the highest quality in all scientific areas that are motivated by the analysis of financial problems will be considered. Annals of Finance's scope encompasses - but is not limited to - the following areas: accounting and finance, asset pricing, banking and finance, capital markets and finance, computational finance, corporate finance, derivatives, dynamical and chaotic systems in finance, economics and finance, empirical finance, experimental finance, finance and the theory of the firm, financial econometrics, financial institutions, mathematical finance, money and finance, portfolio analysis, regulation, stochastic analysis and finance, stock market analysis, systemic risk and financial stability.

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