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The October issue of Czech Journal of Economics and Finance is published. The list of published papers is available below.

Call for papers

Special Issue of Czech Journal of Economics and Finance

on 20 Years of Czech Inflation Targeting

We are particularly interested in papers related to evaluation of inflation targeting in the Czech Republic during the last 20 years, including international dimensions of this evaluation. The relevant topics include, but are not limited to:

Effectiveness of unconventional monetary policy during the recent crisis

The challenges of (ultra)low interest rate environment

International spillovers of monetary policy

Transparency, communication, credibility, and the governance of central banking

Comparison of inflation targeting and other monetary policy regimes

The interaction of monetary and macroprudential policies

Central banks and inequality

Potential modifications in inflation targeting

New models / approaches to monetary policy

Forthcoming articles

MaЕ‚gorzata IWANICZ-DROZDOWSKA, PaweЕ‚ SMAGA, Bartosz WITKOWSKI:

Role of Foreign Capital in Stability of Banking Sectors in CESEE Countries

Mutual Funds: Does the Performance Erosion Effect Exist? Evidence from the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland

Quantifying the Effects of the CNB’s Exchange Rate Commitment: A Synthetic Control Method Approach

Who Gains More Power in the EU after Brexit?

JoГЈo DionГ­sio MONTEIRO, JosГ© Luis MIRALLES-QUIRГ“S, JosГ© Ramos PIRES MANSO:

Is There Seasonality in Traded and Non-traded Period Returns in the US Equity Market? A Multiple Structural Change Approach

TomГЎЕЎ KONEДЊNГќ , Jakub SEIDLER , Aelita BELAYEVA , Konstantin BELAYEV:

The Time Dimension of the Links Between Loss Given Default and the Macroeconomy

Zachary Alexander SMITH, Muhammad Zubair MUMTAZ:

IPOs in the U.S. from 2005 – 2015: An Application of the Spline Regression to Estimate Aggregate Issuance and Performance

Ales CORNACIC, Jiri NOVAK, Jan SARAPATKA:

Religion, Corporate Governance, and Executive Compensation

The Value Added Tax Incidence The Case of the Book Market in CEE Countries

Previous issue

The August issue of Czech Journal of Economics and Finance was published on 24th August. The list of published papers is available below.

New Impact Factors for Czech Journal of Economics and Finance Released

The new impact factor for the Czech Journal of Economics and Finance is 0.604. The Impact Factor measures the average number of citations received in a particular year by articles published in the journal during the two preceding years. The Article Influence Score (this metric gives more weight to citations in more prestigious journals) is 0.133.

Source: Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Reports 2017.

This ranks our journal to be 74th out of 96 journals included in this prestigious list of journals (Business, Finance category). The corresponding rank for our journal when we look at the Article Influence Score is 81st.

Where is the Czech Journal of Economics and Finance cited?

A short analysis based on Scopus records in 2012-2016 (i.e. the last five years) shows that the Czech Journal of Economics and Finance has been cited by journals such as International Finance, Journal of Macroeconomics, European Journal of Political Economy, Applied Energy, Journal of Forecasting, Economic Modelling, Applied Economics, Energy Economics, Economic Systems, Open Economies Review, Journal of Agricultural Economics, Comparative Economic Studies, Pacific-Basin Finance Journal, Omega, Expert Systems with Applications, Physica A or European Journal of Finance.

New Web of Science Impact Factor = 0.449

The new impact factor for the Czech Journal of Economics and Finance is 0.449. The Impact Factor measures the average number of citations received in a particular year by articles published in the journal during the two preceding years.

Source: Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Reports 2016. 49 articles published in 2013 and 2014 in our journal were cited 22 times in 2015 in the journals included in the Web of Science.

This ranks our journal to be 78th out of 94 journals included in this prestigious list of journals (Business, Finance category). The corresponding rank for our journal when we look at the Article Influence Score (this metric gives more weight to citations in more prestigious journals) is 81st. If we consider the Economics category in the Web of Science, our journal would score 301th out of 344 journals included.

Our journal was cited in 2015 by some well-established journals such as Open Economies Review, Computational Economics, Economic Systems, Economic Modelling, Physica A, Omega, Applied Geography or Ecological Economics.

Editorial information for the prospective authors – 2015

In the year 2015, the basic data about the flow of articles is as follows:

10 accepted articles

13 papers without decision (decision to be taken in 2016)

24 papers rejected based on referee reports

0 rejection because of plagiarism

318 articles in total

The desk rejection rate is 85%. We suggest the prospective authors to consult the aims and scope of our journal as well as to browse trough the previous issues of our journal to see what type of articles we are typically interested in. The rejection rate is 93%. The rejection rate is 51% once the desk rejections are not considered and the papers without decision are considered as not rejected.

The average time to make a first decision, excluding desk-rejections, is 3 months.

Web of Science IF = 0.420

Czech Journal of Economics and Finance – Impact Factor = 0.420. The Impact Factor measures the average number of citations received in a particular year by articles published in the journal during the two preceding years.

Source: Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Reports 2015. 50 articles published in 2012 and 2013 in our journal were cited 21 times in 2014 in the journals included in the Web of Science.

This ranks our journal to be 72th out of 88 journals included in this prestigious list of journals (Business, Finance category). The corresponding rank for our journal when we look at the Article Influence Score (this metric gives more weight to citations in more prestigious journals) is 75th.

Our journal was cited in 2014 by some highly selective journals such as International Journal of Central Banking, North American Journal of Economics and Finance, Economic Systems, Applied Economics, Economic Modelling or Annals of Regional Science.

Editorial information for the prospective authors – 2014

In the year 2013, the basic data about the flow of articles is as follows:

24 published articles

20 papers without decision (decision to be taken in 2014)

23 papers rejected based on referee reports

2 rejection because of plagiarism

327 articles in total

2 observations stand out

The desk rejection rate is 78%. We suggest the prospective authors to consult the aims and scope of our journal as well as to browse trough the previous issues of our journal to see what type of articles we are typically interested in. The rejection rate is 92%. The rejection rate is 51% once the desk rejections are not considered.

The average time to make a first decision, excluding desk-rejections, is 3 months.

Call for papers

The Czech Journal of Economics and Finance is a peer-reviewed journal published by Charles University in Prague. It has been published since 1951 (ISSN: 0015-1920) and for a long time has been given an impact factor in Web of Science (see JCR Report of Social Science Citation Index).

We encourage submission of original unpublished papers written in good English. We focus on monetary economics, public finance, financial economics, and international economics, but are open to high-quality papers from all fields of modern economics. We prefer empirically oriented papers, but do not exclude review articles or theoretical contributions provided that they are of high quality and relevant to the journal s aims. Among empirical papers, we prefer those relevant to a broad international audience, i.e., covering a range of countries or analyzing topics clearly relevant outside a single country.

For instructions for authors, see journal.fsv.cuni.cz/static/page/instruction.

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    Gui Jeong Kim, PhD, Senior Researcher, Samsung Life Insurance, Seoul, Korea

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    We examine the effects of self-control mechanisms on saving behavior using the 2013 Survey of Consumer Finances (SCF), following the assumptions of research that analyzed the 1998 SCF. Self-control mechanisms include saving goals, foreseeable expenses, and saving rules. We find a positive effect of having one or more saving rules on the likelihood of saving, and weak effects of having retirement as a saving goal and of having children/family as a saving goal on saving. However, it is not clear that the measures of self-control reported in previous research really provide useful ways to increase the likelihood of saving. We discuss implications for financial planning advice.

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    Emerson Berlik, Grade 11, Thomas Jeff erson High School for Science and Technology, Round Hill, Virginia

    Abstract

    Life Quality and Health Costs in Late Retirement…………………………………………37

    Dominique Gehy Outlaw, PhD , Hofstra University

    Jesse Outlaw, CPA, Outlaw, Bruno, and Associates, Family Offi ce

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    The Impact of Product Knowledge and Quality of Care on Long-term Care Insurance Demand: Evidence

    Jacob Lumby, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas

    Christopher Browning, PhD, BS Program Co-Director, Assistant Professor of Personal Financial Planning, Texas Tech

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    Michael S. Finke, PhD, Dean and Chief Academic Offi cer, The American College of Financial Services, Bryn Mawr, PA

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    Why A QLAC in an IRA Is a Terrible Way to Defer the Required Minimum

    Michael E. Kitces, MSFS, MTAX, CFP®, CLU, ChFC, RHU, REBC, CASL, Partner and the Director of Wealth Management for

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    David A. Littell, JD, ChFC, Chairholder of the Joseph E. Boettner Chair in Research, Co-Director of the New York Life

    Center for Retirement Income, The American College of Financial Services, Bryn Mawr, PA

    Kirk S. Okumura, MSFS, ChFC, Academic Director of the Financial Services Certifi ed Professional® (FSCP®) Program, The

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    You can access the full online version by logging into your membership or by joining the IARFC. Hard and Adobe PDF copies are available to Members and Non-Members;

    Welcome to the Fall issue of the Journal of Personal Finance. We are excited to bring you six articles representing cutting edge research in the field of personal finance.

    Volume 16 Issue 2, 2017

    Gui Jeong Kim, PhD, Senior Researcher, Samsung Life Insurance, Seoul, Korea

    ​Sherman D. Hanna, PhD, Professor, Department of Human Sciences, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH

    Abstract

    We examine the effects of self-control mechanisms on saving behavior using the 2013 Survey of Consumer Finances (SCF), following the assumptions of research that analyzed the 1998 SCF. Self-control mechanisms include saving goals, foreseeable expenses, and saving rules. We find a positive effect of having one or more saving rules on the likelihood of saving, and weak effects of having retirement as a saving goal and of having children/family as a saving goal on saving. However, it is not clear that the measures of self-control reported in previous research really provide useful ways to increase the likelihood of saving. We discuss implications for financial planning advice.

    What’s Your Risk Appetite? Helping Financial Advisors Better Serve Clients (by Quantifying

    Kahneman-Tversky’s Value Function)……………………………………20

    Sid Muralidhar, Grade 11, Thomas Jeff erson High School for Science and Technology, Great Falls, Virginia

    Emerson Berlik, Grade 11, Thomas Jeff erson High School for Science and Technology, Round Hill, Virginia

    Abstract

    Life Quality and Health Costs in Late Retirement…………………………………………37

    Dominique Gehy Outlaw, PhD , Hofstra University

    Jesse Outlaw, CPA, Outlaw, Bruno, and Associates, Family Offi ce

    Abstract

    The Impact of Product Knowledge and Quality of Care on Long-term Care Insurance Demand: Evidence

    Jacob Lumby, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas

    Christopher Browning, PhD, BS Program Co-Director, Assistant Professor of Personal Financial Planning, Texas Tech

    University, Lubbock, Texas

    Michael S. Finke, PhD, Dean and Chief Academic Offi cer, The American College of Financial Services, Bryn Mawr, PA

    Abstract

    Why A QLAC in an IRA Is a Terrible Way to Defer the Required Minimum

    Michael E. Kitces, MSFS, MTAX, CFP®, CLU, ChFC, RHU, REBC, CASL, Partner and the Director of Wealth Management for

    Pinnacle Advisory Group, Columbia, Maryland

    Abstract

    Is Deferring Social Security the Lowest Cost Option for Adding Guaranteed Income. …………………………………………69

    David A. Littell, JD, ChFC, Chairholder of the Joseph E. Boettner Chair in Research, Co-Director of the New York Life

    Center for Retirement Income, The American College of Financial Services, Bryn Mawr, PA

    Kirk S. Okumura, MSFS, ChFC, Academic Director of the Financial Services Certifi ed Professional® (FSCP®) Program, The

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    Editor’s Note: Although the Journal of Personal Finance is a refereed, research journal that targets the practitioner market, the editors believe there is a role in the literature for complex cases that are instructive or allow practitioners to compare their insights into a planning scenario with how others would approach the same situation. In last year’s Fall Issue, we published the winning case for the IARFC National Financial Plan Competition, which was a multifaceted planning case. In this issue, we are delighted to present an analysis of a retirement planning issue involving Social Security that is extremely important in today’s world where so many people are now having to make decisions about when to start the Social Security retirement benefits. The selection and publication of cases is on an editorial basis rather than a refereed basis. We would like to publish one case with each issue, and welcome submissions of any planning situations our readers have encountered such that they feel the cases would provide a beneficial learning opportunity for others in the profession. We also invite readers to submit comments on any of the case presentations.

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    International Association of Registered Financial Consultants (IARFC).

    You can access the full online version by logging into your membership or by joining the IARFC. Hard and Adobe PDF copies are available to Members and Non-Members;

    Welcome to the Fall issue of the Journal of Personal Finance. We are excited to bring you six articles representing cutting edge research in the field of personal finance.

    Volume 16 Issue 2, 2017

    Gui Jeong Kim, PhD, Senior Researcher, Samsung Life Insurance, Seoul, Korea

    ​Sherman D. Hanna, PhD, Professor, Department of Human Sciences, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH

    Abstract

    We examine the effects of self-control mechanisms on saving behavior using the 2013 Survey of Consumer Finances (SCF), following the assumptions of research that analyzed the 1998 SCF. Self-control mechanisms include saving goals, foreseeable expenses, and saving rules. We find a positive effect of having one or more saving rules on the likelihood of saving, and weak effects of having retirement as a saving goal and of having children/family as a saving goal on saving. However, it is not clear that the measures of self-control reported in previous research really provide useful ways to increase the likelihood of saving. We discuss implications for financial planning advice.

    What’s Your Risk Appetite? Helping Financial Advisors Better Serve Clients (by Quantifying

    Kahneman-Tversky’s Value Function)……………………………………20

    Sid Muralidhar, Grade 11, Thomas Jeff erson High School for Science and Technology, Great Falls, Virginia

    Emerson Berlik, Grade 11, Thomas Jeff erson High School for Science and Technology, Round Hill, Virginia

    Abstract

    Life Quality and Health Costs in Late Retirement…………………………………………37

    Dominique Gehy Outlaw, PhD , Hofstra University

    Jesse Outlaw, CPA, Outlaw, Bruno, and Associates, Family Offi ce

    Abstract

    The Impact of Product Knowledge and Quality of Care on Long-term Care Insurance Demand: Evidence

    Jacob Lumby, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas

    Christopher Browning, PhD, BS Program Co-Director, Assistant Professor of Personal Financial Planning, Texas Tech

    University, Lubbock, Texas

    Michael S. Finke, PhD, Dean and Chief Academic Offi cer, The American College of Financial Services, Bryn Mawr, PA

    Abstract

    Why A QLAC in an IRA Is a Terrible Way to Defer the Required Minimum

    Michael E. Kitces, MSFS, MTAX, CFP®, CLU, ChFC, RHU, REBC, CASL, Partner and the Director of Wealth Management for

    Pinnacle Advisory Group, Columbia, Maryland

    Abstract

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    David A. Littell, JD, ChFC, Chairholder of the Joseph E. Boettner Chair in Research, Co-Director of the New York Life

    Center for Retirement Income, The American College of Financial Services, Bryn Mawr, PA

    Kirk S. Okumura, MSFS, ChFC, Academic Director of the Financial Services Certifi ed Professional® (FSCP®) Program, The

    American College of Financial Services, Bryn Mawr, PA

    Abstract

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