|Journal of Financial Education|
Submission Links and Contact Information
Journal of Financial Education's objective is to bring to the finance discipline important educational research results, innovative classroom approaches and tools to enhance teaching.
The journal seeks the following kinds of manuscripts:
Educational Research - statistical testing of questions on the
Pedagogical Tools - interesting and unique ways concepts can be covered in class
Financial Cases - learning by applying finance principles to real world-like situations
Review Articles - papers bringing readers up to date on a narrowly defined topic area
Book and Software Reviews - brief looks into sources worthy of further consideration
Both article and case submissions must be done electronically through Scholastica. The journal's page there is https://jfed.scholasticahq.com . Please note the submission guidelines on the Scholastica site as well as the case guidelines (below), along with the submission fee required for non-members. This fee is not collected by Scholastica.
Submission fee for FEA members: For those who have been a member of the Financial Education Association for at least six (6) months, there is no submission fee. If you are uncertain of how long you have been a member, please contact the FEA Exec. Director, Timothy Michael at email@example.com.
Submission fee for very recent or non-FEA members: The submission fee is $95. For credit card payment use the secure credit card link here: SSL Online Credit Card.
The submission fee for non-members can either be sent separately by mail (to the FEA Executive Director) or charged by credit card through our Secure Socket Layer account using the link provided.
appear on the "For Authors" tab of the Scholastica site
Please refer to the case guidelines at the following link before submitting a case for review. Also, please include a comprehensive teaching note with each case submission.
Case Editing Guidelines Link
Contact Information for the Editors
Richard Fender and Milind Shrikhande,
Department of Finance
Robinson College of Business
Georgia State University
Atlanta, GA 30303
Francisco J. Lopez Luban, Case Editor JFEd
Chair, Dept. of Finance
IE Business School
C/ Maria de Molina, 12 4th Floor
28006 Madrid, Spain