Call for Papers The 1st Asia – Pacific INFINITI Conference on International Finance


The 1st Asia – Pacific INFINITI Conference on International Finance


University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City, 7-8 December 2016

A Trinity College Dublin, Monash University & University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City Event


Go directly to our Online Paper Submission system

Paper Submission Deadline: 15 August 2016


Papers are solicited in all aspects of international finance, but we especially welcome papers that address one of the topics below:

  • Alternative Investments & International Financial Integration
  • Banking & Financial Services in Integrated Markets
  • Behavioral Aspects
  • Boards
  • Commodities, Precious Metals
  • Corporate Governance
  • Emerging Markets
  • Financial Engineering & Derivatives
  • Financial Geography of International Financial Integration
  • Financial Management in an International Finance Regime
  • Global Risk Markets
  • Historical Aspects of International Financial Integration
  • Interest & Exchange Rates
  • International Asset Pricing
  • International Market Comovements, Contagion & Crisis
  • International Portfolio Diversification
  • Law & regulations
  • Macro-economics
  • Markets & Exchanges in a Globalised Environment
  • Mathematical & Computational aspects of International Finance
  • Modellings
  • National Culture & International Finance
  • Regionalisation and Globalisation in International Finance
  • Vietnam Financial Market & Institutions
  • Volatility Determination & Transmission
  • Other related topics


Only online submissions will be considered, and the paper submission deadline is 31 July 2016.

No more than 3 submissions are permitted with any author, and any one author can present no more than 2 papers at the Conference. Acceptance of a paper automatically allows the Conference Programme Committee to allocate you or an attending co-author as a Discussant on another paper.


Guidelines for submitted papers

All papers submitted should undergo the double blind peer review process and therefore should conform to the following rules:

  • No author details.
  • No longer than 30 pages (not including references and appendices).
  • Concise and clear abstract, no more than 100-150 words.
  • Paper format: 12 font (preferably Times New Roman), double spaced, with one inch margins.
  • For all other guidelines, please refer to Elsevier’s Guide for Authors.


Special journal issues

  • Emerging Market Review
  • Finance Research Letters
  • International Review of Financial Analysis
  • Journal of Banking and Finance
  • Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions & Money
  • Journal of Multinational Financial Management
  • Research in International Business and Finance