De Gruyter Studies in Finance
Edited by Professor Shaen Corbet, Dublin City University
The De Gruyter Studies in Finance series delivers concise insights into global financial trends across various disciplines, featuring expert contributions and international case studies. These theoretically grounded, yet accessible titles provide a diverse, global outlook on the evolving financial landscape.
Examples of such themes include those relating to: trends in traditional and digital banking; the changing global economic landscape; market trends and cycles; risk management; financial inclusion; the development of financial literacy and education; corporate governance; market anomalies and inefficiencies; investment strategies; behavioural finance; the influence of social media, market sentiment and investor emotions; the role of AI in finance; market regulation; quantitative finance and algorithmic trading; financial market history; sustainable finance; Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) investing; climate change and the environment; central banking and global central bank policies; the effects of monetary policy on global markets; geopolitical influence; development of and change across financial instruments and products; financial engineering; FinTech; Blockchain and Cryptocurrency; DeFi; Altcoins; NFTs; Tokens, CBDC and stablecoins; RegTech; LendTech; PayTech; InsurTechl; robo-advisors and digital wealth management; IPOs; ICOs; M&A; real estate investing; wealth management; taxation and its impact on investment decisions; peer-to-peer lending and crowdfunding; personal finance; and the future of finance and investment.
The series has been established to focus on providing an outlet that can encourage debate for those with interest in financial markets and investment, while also providing a thoroughly researched outlet that can be used for academic and educational purposes. Specifically, The De Gruyter Studies in Finance series will be particularly useful for specialist audiences such as legal, accounting and financial practices, while also providing substantial benefits for upper master’s level and research students in the fields of economics, law, accounting, taxation, investment and portfolio management.
The series aspires to contribute to a global perspective on the changing dynamics of financial markets, seeking authors with innovative approaches to analyse and examine key issues and developments, which can be taken from a multi-disciplinary perspective. We welcome the submission of both monographs and edited collections that share these aims. We are particularly interested in new book proposals, including: i) individual monographs; ii) edited volumes from multiple contributors across different organisations; and iii) technical publications covering specialist topics.
If you are interested in submitting a proposal, or have any questions, please contact the series editor through:
Professor Shaen Corbet,
Dublin City University, Q245, DCU Business School, D09V209, Dublin 9, Ireland