Risk Journals Submission Guidelines
Below you should find all the information you need to submit your paper to Risk Journals and to present it in accordance with our requirements. If you have any further queries or need more information, please contact us at [email protected].
All papers are pre-screened to ensure that only the most significant are sent for review. Please ensure that your manuscript satisfies the following points:
Risk Journals publish academically rigorous, practitioner-focused content and resources for the rapidly evolving discipline of financial risk management. The advance presented in each paper must be significant enough and of a high enough level of interest to the financial risk management community to merit publication.
Manuscripts and research papers submitted for consideration must be original work that has not previously been submitted for consideration in another journal or any other publication outlet.
Risk Journals does not have a standard template for submissions - we just ask that you ensure your paper is written clearly and follows the below guidelines.
Submitted papers should follow Webster’s New Collegiate Dictionary for spelling and The Chicago Manual of Style for punctuation and other points of style, except for the minor exceptions listed below:
The front page should include the author’s full name, affiliation and contact email address.
The abstract should be able to stand alone for direct inclusion in abstracting services as a self-contained article. This means no table numbers, figure numbers, references or displayed mathematical expressions should be included.
Only electronic submissions of will be accepted. To submit your paper, please email it to [email protected].
*NB: if your paper is for a Special Issue please make this clear when submitting your paper.
Abstracts must not exceed 200 words.
Research papers and technical reports should be between 8,000 -10,000 words long.
Forum papers, to be included in The Journal of Operational Risk, The Journal of Investment Strategies or The Journal of Financial Market Infrastructures, should not exceed 8,000 words.