|Journal Name||Indian Journal of Finance and Banking|
|Abbreviation||Indian J Bank Financ|
|Journal Start Year||2017|
|Sub Subject||Banking and Finance|
|Journal Details||Journal Website|
Indian Journal of Finance and Banking (IJFB) is an international, double-blind peer-reviewed, scholarly open access journal on the financial market, instruments, policy, and management research published both online and print by CRIBFB.
Aims & Scope
The subject areas include, but are not limited to the following fields:
Information in Relation to Finance, Banking, and Business, etc.
Indian Journal of Finance and Banking currently has an acceptance rate of 25%. The average time between submission and final decision is 20 days and the average time between acceptance and publication is 30 days.
The abbreviation of the journal is Indian J Bank Financ. find all journal abbreviation lists from the abbreviation list.
The Journal has been published since 2017.
Self publishing is the publisher of the Indian Journal of Finance and Banking. find all journals list from Self publishing publisher, click here for a list of journals.
The journal is currently publishing 4 volumes with the help of Self publishing publisher.
"Indian Journal of Finance and Banking" journal Print ISSN : 2574-609X, and Online ISSN 2574-6081
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