The intent of the Editors of The Indonesian Capital Market Review (p-ISSN: 1979-8997; e-ISSN: 2356-3818) is to discuss, explore, and disseminate the latest issues and developments in Empirical Financial Economics (JEL classification: G), particularly those related to financial frictions in the Emerging Markets. The topics covered include capital markets, financial institutions and services, corporate finance, risk modeling and management, market microstructure in financial markets, Islamic finance, behavioral finance, and financial crisis. We also welcome papers related to Financial Technology (Fintech), such as Peer-to-Peer Lending, Crowdfunding, and Digital Currencies. ICMR has been indexed in EBSCOhost (since 2013), DOAJ (since 2015), CrossRef (since 2016), and ESCI (Web of Science). The submitted manuscripts should have strong empirical and theoretical contributions and highlight the significance of those contributions to the field of finance. Therefore, preference is given to the submissions that examine, extend, or build strong theoretical frameworks while empirically assess the issues with high importance for finance theory and practice.
Guidance for Submission:
The submitted manuscripts should have substantial empirical or theoretical contributions and highlight the significance of those contributions to the field of finance. The journal encourages submissions that pose interesting and essential questions to enhance finance theories and practices.
The manuscript is written in English and must conform to the author guidelines. In some cases, the Editorial Team of ICMR will ask the author(s) to do professional proofreading by a third party before the publication of the manuscript.
By submitting your work to the Indonesian Capital Market Review (ICMR), the author(s) automatically agree to transfer the copy-right to ICMR, if the submitted paper is accepted for publication.
Co-published twice a year (January and July) by: Management Research Center (MRC) Department of Management, Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX), and Indonesian Corporate Secretary Association (ICSA).