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30 June 2021
Journal of Sustainable Finance & Investment
Special Issue Editor(s)
Prof. (Dr) Gurinder Singh,
Dr. Shalini Aggarwal,
Dr. Vikas Garg,
Dr. Richa Goel,
International Finance and Sustainability
With the advent of technology, the world has become closer. Increased globalisation has magnified the operations. The study of monetary transaction between the countries of the world is called as International Finance. Currency Exchange Rate, FDI, Export Import are the areas studied under the topic. To nurture the economic stability among the nation it was desired to standardise international monetary exchange, a conference was held at Bretton Woods’s system in 1944. As a result the organisation like IMF, World Bank came into existence. These organisation, act as a guide in case of international disputes.
Cross border flow of goods and services enhance International operations that leads to growth and prosperity of participating countries and is regulated by the International finance. It helps in maintaining cordial relations among participating countries of the world. Without a solid finance measure, all nations would work for their self-interest. International finance helps in keeping that issue at bay.
International investment decisions are influenced by various economic factors. The investor is worried about the investment while dealing in International trade. Utilising IFRS is an important factor that helps to understand the basics of International organisation and keep the balance intact among the trading countries.
With tremendous growth in International trade, financing and investments transactions have grown at a tremendous pace in recent years. The international monetary system has continued to evolve to accommodate the need for foreign-currency denominated transactions and in the process has provided opportunities for its ongoing observation and study.
Sustainable finance is the integration of environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria by financial institutions into their business or investment decisions. Its importance has increased as a result of climate finance and links it to the UN Sustainable Development Goals. In addition, to environmental issues, such as reducing environmental impact, minimising waste and reducing greenhouse gas emissions, sustainable finance also includes social factors, such as working conditions, local communities, conflict and human rights, and governance matters, such as executive pay, bribery and corruption, board structure and tax strategy, within financial decision-making.
The special issue focuses on various aspects of International and Sustainable finance in the current scenario. This issue aims to understand the global necessities in this digital era and deliberate the strategies accordingly in the field of International finance for continuing the journey towards sustainable development. The purpose of the Special issue is to publish rigorous, original articles dealing with the international aspects of financial markets, institutions, money and sustainable finance. Theoretical/conceptual and empirical papers providing meaningful insights into the subject areas will be considered. The following topic areas, although not exhaustive, are representative of the coverage in this Special Issue.
- International financial markets
- Foreign exchange markets
- Eurocurrency markets
- Determination of exchange rates
- Forward rates and swaps
- International commercial banking;
- International investment banking
- Monetary policy
- International monetary systems
- Balance of payments.
- Corporate finance
- Sustainable Finance.
- Sustainable Development and the Role of the Financial World
- Green finance
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• 1 August 2020: open call for special issue
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