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Journal of Economics and Management

Aims and Scope

The Journal of Economics and Management (ISSN 1819-0197) is an internationally refereed journal, established in January 2005 by College of Business of Feng Chia University, which aims to publish innovative and high quality academic research papers in economics and quantitative management. Theoretical and empirical contributions to these areas as well as selective surveys of important topics are welcomed.
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ISSN: 1819-0197

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The contents of Journal of Economics and Management are abstracted and indexed by EconLit (including the Journal of Economic Literature), RePEc, EBSCO, ProQuest, and Cabell's.

Please direct all inquiries and comments to: jem@mail.fcu.edu.tw

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Volume 18, No.1, March 2022

The Study of Consumers’ Intention to Purchase in Unmanned Stores

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Volume 18, No.1, March 2022

Revenue Diversification, Financial Performance,and Risk of Banks

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Volume 18, No.1, March 2022

Remittances, Financial Development and Real Exchange Rates in SSA: A Reverse Dutch Disease

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Volume 18, No.1, March 2022

Innovative Candlestick Technical Trading Strategies Using Genetic Algorithms

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Volume 18, No.1, March 2022

Corporate Governance and Firm Value of Nigerian Listed Deposit Money Banks

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Volume 17, No.2, September 2021

Tripartite Analysis of COVID-19’s Impact on Stock Prices: A Case of Tesla Supply Chain in Taiwan

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Volume 17, No.2, September 2021

The Determinants of Green Purchasing: The Perspectives of Brand Knowledge, Perceived Quality and Country of Origin

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Volume 17, No.2, September 2021

The Effect of the Corporate Governance Evaluation Mechanism on Earnings Management

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Volume 17, No.2, September 2021

Theoretical Analysis of the Impact of Tax Evasion

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Volume 17, No.2, September 2021

Investment Preference Biases on Mutual Funds: A Conjoint Analysis on Employees of Taiwan’s Financial Institutions

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