What a lusty teen-ager has the International Review of Economics & Finance proved to be as it turns 15! This journal is at the frontier in reporting research in both branches of international economics, macroeconomics and in finance.
Ronald W. Jones, University of Rochester, January 2006.

The International Review of Economics and Finance (IREF) is a scholarly journal devoted to the publication of high quality theoretical and empirical articles in all areas of international economics, macroeconomics and financial economics. Contributions that facilitate the communications between the real and the financial sectors of the economy are of particular interest.

IREF especially seeks rigorous papers that deal with open economy macroeconomics, exchange rates and contemporary financial issues. Theoretical and empirical research submitted to the IREF should be original in both its content and structure.

The editors invite manuscripts that enhance the reputation of IREF as a leading journal in the joint areas of international economics, macroeconomics and financial economics.

IREF is a blind refereed journal published by Elsevier and contains a book review section. IREF is indexed by Social Sciences Citation Index, Current Contents / Social and Behavioral Sciences, Social Scisearch; Journal Citation Reports / Social Sciences Edition, e-JEL, EconLit, IDEAS, EBSCO, JEL on CD, Journal of Economic Literature, Research Papers in Economics (RePEc), SCOPUS, and Finance Literature Index.

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