Journal of Financial Education  
ISSN 0093-3961

About the Journal




The Journal of Financial Education, published twice per year, is devoted to promoting financial education through publication of articles that focus on:

1) Educational research
2) Creative pedagogy
3) Curriculum development

We publish articles that help improve the delivery of financial education through research that tests hypotheses regarding all aspects of the educational process, pedagogical papers that offer interesting or unique approaches to teaching, case studies, and literature reviews.  In particular, we strive to tie educational ideas and innovations discussed in the journal to assurance of learning principles whenever possible.

All papers go through a double-blind peer review process and must meet strict editorial and format standards as well.

Journal of Financial Education and Advances in Financial Education have never been "open access" journals; we are available by subscription (via membership in FEA) or electronically through JSTOR (back issues of JFEd only).  The journal is ranked by ABDC as "B" and it is available for institutional subscription either directly from EBSCO, ProQuest, Cox and other subscription services. 

Submission for FEA members is free (and automatic), and submission by non-members is currently $95 (this does not include membership).  Individual and institutional subscriptions are available from the FEA home page at

Our response to Dr. Jeffrey Beall's accusation that the journals are "open and predatory" has not been challenged since posted online in 2016.  Please click the link for a full explanation.