Financial management of property, real estate and associated themes
The Editorial Team of Journal of Financial Management of Property and Construction (JFMPC) has issued the following call. Papers in the journal's core subject areas (as listed under Journal scope/coverage below) will continue to receive diligent consideration for publication, but for this call, papers that deal with the financial aspects of property, real estate and its associated themes are specifically welcomed.
Suggested subjects of interest under this call include, but are not limited to:
We also welcome papers that demonstrate particular involvement of industry with research endeavour (in any of the journal's themes) and, papers whose research findings hold significant social, industrial, or broader impact value.
JFMPC will give precedence to all property/real estate papers that are submitted in response to this call, by expediting as far as possible our thorough reviewing process and by minimal lead-in time to publication of accepted articles. This editorial strategy may have potential benefit to the publishing aspirations of some UK Higher Education institutions in relation to the forthcoming REF-2014 timetable.
JFMPC publishes original manuscripts (theoretical and empirical) within both property and construction fields on issues dealing with:
As a guide, articles should be between 3,000 and 5,000 words in length and comply with the author guidelines that are detailed on the JFMPC web site. Submissions will undergo double blind peer review after which they may be recommended for revisions and further review, acceptance or rejection. The journal welcomes research, technical or conceptual papers; viewpoints; case studies; and literature reviews.
JFMPC no longer accepts papers via e-mail. Manuscripts should be submitted via the ScholarOne online system accessible through the journal's web site (or see separate link below). Authors may also use this facility to track the progress of their submissions; and journal referees will use the facility to access manuscripts and submit their valued reviews.
All queries welcome – please e-mail the Editor or relevant Associate Editor.
Editor: Professor Akintola Akintoye, School of Built and Natural Environment, University of Central Lancashire, UK (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Associate Editor (Property): Dr Peadar Davis, School of the Built Environment, University of Ulster, UK (email@example.com)
Associate Editor (Construction): Professor Gary D. Holt, Birmingham City Business School, Birmingham City University, UK (Gary.Holt@bcu.ac.uk)