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  • ISSN: 0022-1090 (Print), 1756-6916 (Online)
  • Editors: Hendrik Bessembinder Arizona State University, USA, Jennifer Conrad University of North Carolina, USA, Mara Faccio Purdue University, USA, Thierry Foucault HEC Paris, France, Jarrad Harford University of Washington, USA, and Paul Malatesta University of Washington, USA
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The Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis (JFQA) publishes theoretical and empirical research in financial economics. Topics include corporate finance, investments, capital and security markets, and quantitative methods of particular relevance to financial researchers. With a circulation of 3000 libraries, firms, and individuals in 70 nations, the JFQA serves an international community of sophisticated finance scholars—academics and practitioners alike. The JFQA prints less than 9% of the more than 1,000 manuscripts submitted annually. An intensive blind review process and exacting editorial standards contribute to the JFQA’s reputation as a top finance journal.
New JFQA Special Issue: 


JFQA Symposium on the Consequences of the COVID-19 Pandemic for Firms and Capital Markets

In this special issue, we present 9 articles that study the allocation of capital following the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. These articles study a broad range of economic settings and agents, including financial technology (fintech) lenders, retail investors, venture capitalists, small businesses, public firms, and the government. Together, they provide a comprehensive, detailed account of the simultaneous allocative shock waves that the pandemic has sent throughout the economy.

JFQA COVID Symposium - Watch the recording: 

The JFQA hosted a virtual symposium on April 30th featuring eight high-quality papers addressing different subjects related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Watch a recording of each session here.

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