投稿格式

Journal of Financial Studies Style Instructions

Most of our style guidelines follow those of The Journal of Finance as shown in the following:

1. Manuscripts must be written either in English or in Chinese.

2. Authors who submit English manuscripts that have been accepted for publication by the JFS will need to provide Chinese titles, abstracts, and key words or otherwise should agree that the Journal translate English titles, abstracts, and key words into Chinese.

3. All submitted manuscripts must be original work that is not under submission at another journal or under consideration for publication in another form, such as a monograph or chapter of a book. Authors of submitted papers are obligated not to submit their paper for publication elsewhere until an editorial decision is rendered on their submission. Further, authors of accepted papers are prohibited from publishing the results in other publications that appear before the paper is published in the Journal unless they receive approval for doing so from the editor.

4. A resubmission of a manuscript that was previously rejected by the Journal of Financial Studies will be immediately desk rejected.

5. The text of the manuscript should be prepared in 12pt font with 2.4 cm left and right margins, a 2.5 cm top margin, and a 1.4 cm bottom margin. The text should be 17pt fixed line spacing.

6. Footnotes should appear at the bottom of the page on which they are referenced (that is, they should not be endnotes that appear at the end of the document). They should be single spaced. A smaller font size is acceptable but not required.

7.  Tables must be numbered with Roman numerals. Please check that your text contains a reference to each table. Tables can appear either embedded in the manuscript or at the end of the manuscript. If the tables follow the text, please make an indication in the body of the text as to where the tables should be included. Tables can be single spaced and the font size should not be smaller than 8pt. Each table must have a title followed by a descriptive legend. Authors must check tables to be sure that the title, column headings, captions, etc., are clear and to the point. Often it is best to label columns or rows using both English and the symbol, e.g. “Coefficient of risk aversion (\gamma)”. Readers should be able to substantially understand what is going on in the table without going back and forth to the text. It is also not necessary to repetitively define every variable in every table. You can refer to, e.g., “variables are defined in Table I.”

8.  Figures must be numbered with Arabic numerals. Figures can appear either embedded in the manuscript or at the end of the manuscript. Each figure must have a title followed by a descriptive legend which can be single spaced. Figures must be self-contained. It is best to use English descriptions as well as symbols, e.g. “Market to book value (M/B)”. Also, if possible, labels can be placed directly in the figure with arrows from the label to the line. This is often easier for the reader than a legend box placed to the right of the figure.

9. All but very short mathematical expressions should be displayed on a separate line and centered. Equations must be numbered consecutively on the right margin, using Arabic numerals in parentheses.

10. References appear at the end of the paper. They can be single spaced and not smaller than 10pt font size. References to publications in the text should appear as follows: “Jensen and Meckling (1976) report that…” or “(Jensen and Meckling (1976)).” At the end of the manuscript, the complete list of references should be as follows:

For monographs:

Fama, Eugene F., and Merton H. Miller, 1972, The Theory of Finance (The Dryden Press, Hinsdale, IL).

For contributions to collective works:

Grossman, Sanford J., and Oliver D. Hart, 1982, Corporate financial structure and managerial incentives, in John J. McCall, ed.:The Economics of Information and Uncertainty (University of Chicago Press).

For periodicals:

Jensen, Michael C., and William H. Meckling, 1976, Theory of the firm: Managerial behavior, agency costs and ownership structure, Journal of Financial Economics 3, 305-360.

11. The cover page shall contain the title of the manuscript, and an abstract of not more than 100 words for an English manuscript and 150 words for a Chinese manuscript. The title page should not include the names of the authors, their affiliations, or any other identifying information. That information must be input separately as part of the on-line submission.

12. The heading of the introductory section should be “I. Introduction”. Subsequent headings should be also given Roman numerals. Subsection headings should be lettered A, B, C, etc.

13. The article should end with a nontechnical summary statement of the main conclusions. Lengthy mathematical proofs and very extensive detailed tables should be placed in an appendix or omitted entirely. The author should make every effort to explain the meaning of mathematical proofs.

14. Submissions can include a Supplementary Appendix which might include extra tables, extra figures, data description, and proofs. If the paper is accepted, part of the Supplemental Appendix will appear as an on-line supplement to the paper on http://www.jfs.org.tw.

15. Manuscripts that do not follow these guidelines will be returned to the authors by the Editorial Assistant.

16. As of February 1, 2015, there is a submission fee of NT$3,000, which is for administrative support for the peer review process, copyediting, hosting of the journal, and further maintenance and development of the journal and website. The submission fee is payable to the account of the Taiwan Finance Association (Postal remittance account number: 16393738) at submission via the journal’s online system. For members of the Taiwan Finance Association, the fee is NT$1,500 only. Authors are required to send a copy of the remittance receipt to the JFS before the manuscript is scheduled for review. The submission fee applies to first drafts of the manuscript, and authors will not be charged again when they submit a revision of the same manuscript. Only if the manuscript is desk rejected is the submission fee partially refundable (NT$2,000 for non-TFA-members, NT$1,000 for TFA members).

17. After the paper has been accepted, there is a fee of NT$3,000 and authors are required to send a copy of the remittance receipt to the JFS before the paper is scheduled for publication. For members of the Taiwan Finance Association, the fee is NT$1,500 only.

 

財務金融學刊文稿格式

(含引用文獻)

一、本刊徵求在財務學術理論或應用上具貢獻之論文。來稿時請以橫式(由左而右)打字排版。

二、本學刊現已全面採用線上投稿,接受中、英文稿件投稿,請至 http://www.jfs.org.tw 註冊,並投稿。

三、刊登之著作,其版權屬於本刊,非徵得同意,不得轉載其它學術刊物。

四、稿件一律使用 A4 紙張,並依下列順序書寫:

封面頁(含標題、作者、服務單位、中英文摘要、關鍵詞)、本文、注釋、圖表、附錄、及參考文獻(中文摘要以 150 字為限、英文摘要以 100 字為限)。作者姓名和服務單位等資訊需以附件的形式上傳。

五、本文章節之標號

以中文撰寫者,如下列所示:

壹、導論

一、研究動機

(一)

1.

(1)

圖表之標號:一律以阿拉伯數字表示於圖表上方,說明文字請置於標號與圖表之間。

六、文中如有參閱文獻部份,請( )表之,( )中寫明文獻之作者及發表年度。如下列所示:吳大猷(1978)或 Swanson(1987,1988a)或(Tufano(1996))。

七、中英文參考文獻請將中文列於前,英文列於後,按姓式筆劃及英文字母次序排列,並請比照下列格示:

(書籍)

吳大猷著,相對論 12,理論物理第四冊,聯經出版公司,台北民國六十七年六月,33-35。

Fama, Eugene F., and Merton H. Miller, 1972, The Theory of Finance (The Dryden Press, Hinsdale, IL).

(期刊)

吳明軾,“電腦化失敗時”,資訊與電腦,民國七十九年六月,21-25。

Jensen, Michael C., and William H. Meckling, 1976, Theory of the firm: Managerial behavior, agency costs and ownership structure, Journal of Financial Economics 3, 305-360.

八、文稿一經採用,請寄 Word 格式電子檔至學刊編輯部信箱,以便排版作業。

九、論文排版後之校對,由著者負責。

十、來稿發表後由本刊贈學刊一份及抽印本二十五份,不另致稿酬。

十一、本學刊於每年出版四期,請踴躍投稿。

十二、自民國一零四年二月一日起,每篇稿件於投稿時收取 3,000 元,為鼓勵本會會員投稿,若稿件之任一作者為本會會員,於投稿時僅酌收 1,500 元(若為副總編輯退稿(Desk Rejection)時,酌退投稿費:會員 1,000 元、非會員 2,000 元)。維持於刊登時收取 3,000 元,若稿件之任一作者為本會會員,於刊登時僅酌收 1,500 元。投稿費用與刊登費用,請劃撥至本會帳戶(劃撥戶名:臺灣財務金融學會 洪茂蔚、劃撥帳號:16393738),並將劃撥收據影本寄至學刊主編即可。寄送地址:

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地址:10617 臺北市大安區羅斯福路四段一號