Review of Development Finance aims to publish significant new research in development finance research and will strive to establish a balance between theoretical and empirical studies.
The African Finance Journal (AFJ) is published twice a year and edited at Africagrowth Institute. The Journal is jointly published by the Institute and the African Finance Association. AFJ publishes significant new research in finance, accounting and economics relevant to Africa and strives to establish a balance between theoretical and empirical studies. The principal criteria for inclusion are a paper's quality and contribution to the field of Finance, Accounting and Economics without undue regard to its technical content. The Journal’s target group include academics, research institutions, governments, students and other policy makers.
Development Finance Agenda (DEFA) Magazine is a quarterly magazine of the Chartered Institute of Development Finance (CIDEF). The magazine publishes short articles that are of relevance to development finance institutions, development finance practitioners, and development economists, employees working in economic clusters of central governments, investment banks, commercial banks, insurance companies and emerging capital markets.
The Africagrowth Agenda is a quarterly Journal which publishes brief high quality research articles/summaries (of not more than 5 pages) covering development issues in Africa.
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