ISSN 2190-7919 (assigned by German National Library)
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Welcome to the Journal of Business and Economics of Times of Crisis!
As today’s world is recovering from the recent crisis caused by the financial collapse in 2008, smart companies are taking advantage of post-crisis growth opportunities while experts warn about new bubbles that could lead to the next crisis. Academia is exploring the background of the most recent crisis while trying to determine many answers, such as why some companies were more affected by the crisis than others, even though they might have been operating in the same industry. What have companies done well during the crisis? And what have economic policy makers done well or poorly in the crisis? How can companies and governments prepare for a future crisis?
Those are just a few of the questions that can be asked in the context of crises. But all those questions have in common the desire to find solutions to help minimize the negative impact that potential future crises have on people and their lives. We hope that our journal contributes useful insights from the world of academic research to help people make wise decisions in the future that are not only based on intuition but also on tangible research.
Journal of Business and Economics in Times of Crisis
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Content of current issue (November 2013):
“Crisis Anticipation: Has it any impact in anti-crisis preparation?”
Maria del Mar Alonso Almeida, Univ. Autonoma de Madrid, Spain
Kerstin Bremser, Hochschule Pforzheim, Germany
“Applying an organizational lens to the study of financial crisis: An analysis of the U.S. housing bubble”
Brandon William Soltwisch, University of Northern Colorado, United States
“International remittances to Sub-Saharan Africa, the countercyclical debate and economic crisis in the OECD countries”
Abel E. Ezeoha, Ebonyi State University
Content of Previous Issue
“Industrial Aspects of the Stock Bubble of the 1920s: Free Cash and the Federal Reserve”
Craig Medlen, Menlo College, United States
“A Once-in-a-Century Tsunami in Transition Age: the case of USA”
Luis F. Dumlao, Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines
“Contagion Inside the Credit Default Swap Markets in the Light of the 2008 Crisis”
Jamal Mattar, HEC Management School, University of Liege, Belgium
Danielle Sougne, HEC Management School, University of Liege, Belgium
Call for Papers for Future JOBETOC Issues:
We encourage submissions of papers for upcoming journal issues. Please consult the manuscript guidelines.