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Submit a Manuscript to the Journal
Journal of Chinese Economic and Business Studies

For a Special Issue on
Wars, conflicts, and economic sanctions: How much do we understand?

Manuscript deadline
31 December 2022

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Special Issue Editor(s)

Toan L.D. Huynh, University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam) & University of Southampton (United Kingdom)
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Steven Ongena, University of Zurich, the Swiss Finance Institute, KU Leuven, NTNU Business School, and CEPR
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Khanh Hoang, University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City
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Wars, conflicts, and economic sanctions: How much do we understand?

This special issue invites papers on a wide range of topics from business and economic perspectives. We particularly welcome submissions primarily focusing on the Russia-Ukraine war. JCEBS fully endorses UK universities’ statement on the Russian invasion of Ukraine and would like to publish papers exploring wars’ consequences, such as the worldwide energy crisis, high and rising inflation, economic institutions, resilience after major conflicts or wars, and the welfare (and/or well-being) of refugees, humanitarian crises, among others. Although it seems early to evaluate the war’s consequences, economists have been estimating significant damages to the global economy and discussing sanctions and embargo on Russia’s economy. These uncertainties could impose some potential threats on global security and political institutions from the economic lens.

This special issue welcomes submissions in the following areas but not limited to:

- Historical, political, and socio-economic legacies related to wars and conflicts.
- The origins of current conflicts, wars, and economic sanctions.
- Global trade and agriculture - The crisis of supply and demand related to wars and sanctions.
- Capital and trading flows under sanctions.
- The use of payment systems and other financial resources as the tools of wars.
- A rapid transition from traditional payment types to digital currencies to avoid sanctions.
- Damages and fragility on financial markets (equities, commodities, exchange rates, etc).

Submission Instructions

While there is no specific word limit, manuscripts should not be longer than 7000 words.
Submitting authors have an opportunity for pre-submission paper development by presenting at the upcoming “Asia Conference on Business and Economic Studies” (ACBES) 2022, hosted by the University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam) in cooperation with the guest editors of this special issue. We organized the special issue to discuss and give comments for the papers, which are accepted by the conference.
Please refer to the conference website for more details, including venues, dates and deadlines for submission: https://acbes.ueh.edu.vn/.

Papers that are accepted for presentation at the conference may also be considered for possible publication in a special issue of the JCEBS, subject to editorial review. Authors submitting papers to the special issue must confirm in the comments field that their submitted paper is not under review at another journal.

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