Aims and scope

The China Finance and Economic Review is a general-interest peer-reviewed economics journal with a special focus on Chinese economic issues. Sponsored by National Academy of Economic Strategy, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, the CFER aims to promote high quality and innovative economic research and to provide a platform for idea exchange and collaboration between Chinese economists and their overseas peers. It welcomes the submission of papers, critical surveys and review articles in the theoretical, applied and policy areas of economics and finance.

The China Finance and Economic Review mainly publishes articles on China's macro economic analysis and national strategy of economic development and public policy, featuring the policy-oriented research in the field of finance and economics, highlighting the significance of some major issues in China's finance and economics, and arguing about the corresponding policies. The key columns of CFER involve both the Applied Economics, which includes Macro Economics, Public Finance, Monetary Economics, Industrial Economics, International Trade, Labor Economics and Regional Economics, and the Theoretical Economics, which includes Political Economics and Global Economics.


Associated Society

China Finance and Economic Review is fully sponsored by the National Academy of Economic Strategy. Authors are not required to pay an article processing charge.