Since the expansion of the recent global financial crisis the recently established international journal Journal of Governance and Regulation has become focused on market-based topics. The Journal has been established to publish high quality theoretical and empirical studies in governance and regulation with application to both macro and microeconomic issues. Its distinctive focus is original, rigorous research with practical applications. We consider this publication as an effective instrument to put in order the debate around the reasonability of implementation of regulation or governance efforts worldwide.
This includes the following areas of specialization:
- State regulation;
- Financial market regulation;
- Banking regulation;
- Bank and financial company governance;
- Financial crisis and regulatory strategy;
- Corporate governance reforms and financial crisis;
- Corporate law and financial crisis;
- Institutional approach to the regulation and governance;
- Social-economic outcomes of the regulatory reforms;
- Corporate social responsibility and corporate governance;
- Industrial companies regulation and governance;
- International regulatory institutions.
Both theoretical and empirical submissions are encouraged. Empirical work must provide tests of hypotheses based on sound theoretical foundations.