Dear all,

The International Journal of Emerging Markets (IJoEM) would like to share with you this virtual issue, available for free until 15 May.

In light of the current unprecedented events taking place in the world around us, it’s important to reflect upon how emerging markets have performed before in previous times of crisis. We have selected 10 articles previously published in IJoEM that explore this field of study to be available for free for one month.

Relevance of fair value of Brazilian banks securities in the financial crisis.

Global crisis and activities of multinational enterprises in new EU member states.

Financial contagion among members of the EU-8: A cointegration and Granger causality approach.

Viewpoint escape FDI from emerging markets: clarifying and extending the concept.

Interdependence and contagion in the period of crisis.

Diffusion of crisis signals across the world: evidence from subprime crisis of 2008-2009.

Impact of the 2007 US financial crisis on the emerging equity markets.

Responding to global crisis: the contribution of emerging markets to strategic adaptation.

Post-crisis bank behavior: lessons from Mercosur.

Terrorism, competitiveness, and international marketing: an empirical investigation.


For more information about IJoEM, including details on how to publish with us, please visit the journal homepage.

To submit a paper, visit the online submission site.

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Best wishes,

IJoEM Editorial Team



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