The journal encourages the confident use of applied mathematics and mathematical modelling in finance. The journal publishes papers on the following: - modelling of financial and economic primitives (interest rates, asset prices etc); - modelling market behaviour; - modelling market imperfections; - pricing of financial derivative securities; - hedging strategies; - numerical methods; - financial engineering. The journal encourages communication between finance practitioners, academics and applied mathematicians. Both theoretical and empirical research are welcomed, as are papers on emerging areas of mathematical finance and interdisciplinary topics. The journal seeks papers reviewing the development of significant practical tools, algorithms and new products.The modelling or solution of problems should demonstrate the capacity for generalization. Original and substantial pieces of research resulting in open problems are welcome; this will also be a forum for the airing of new problems and new areas of activity.
1350-486X (Print), 1466-4313 (Online)
The Journal of East Asian Archaeology is the first English-language journal explicitly devoted to the archaeology of this major geographical region, here broadly defined as including mainland China, Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Southeast Asia, Mongolia, Siberia, and the adjacent regions of Central Asia. Articles published within the journal are peer-reviewed, original scholarship on all aspects of East Asian archaeology. JEAA's broad geographic focus uniquely encourages a wider view of archaeology in East Asia than is possible with the single-country or single-area orientation characteristic of many publications, and with publication in English, the journal provides access to an extensive international readership.