JASSA: The Finsia Journal of Applied Finance, is a peer reviewed journal that publishes the latest technical analysis and cutting edge research in finance. 

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BEAR and the regulation of culture in finance

How is the introduction of the Banking Executive Accountability likely to shape Australia's financial services landscape? This issue of JASSA investigates, plus papers from the recent Melbourne Money and Finance Conference: Evolutionary trends in the Australian financial sector.

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Previous issues of JASSA

2016 issue 4: Risk culture in Australian banks

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Risk culture in Australian banks: Does size matter?

Elizabeth Sheedy examines risk culture in five Australian banks using psychometric survey methods to investigate the influence of bank size. This issue of JASSA also looks at the internationalisation of the RMB, governance standards and credit union boards, and trends in personal bankruptcies in Australia.

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2016 issue 3: Fintech and financial innovation special issue

Fintech and financial innovation special issue

Exclusive to Finsia members and subscribers, the current issue of JASSA includes a paper about the unexploited opportunities for finance practitioners in the HILDA Survey, as well as a special section of paper on fintech from the Melbourne Money and Finance Conference.

Fintech and innovation special issue

2016 issue 2: Superannuation special issue

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Men and over 50s tinker most with their super

Men tend to be more active when it comes to changing the settings of their superannuation funds than women, as do superannuants with larger account balances, according to a new research study.

Men and over 50s tinker most with their super

2016 issue 1: Dividend imputation special issue

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The pros and cons of scrapping dividend imputation

In a low-growth economy any barrier to future growth is fair game to be considered for removal, so it should come as no surprise that Australia’s beloved dividend imputation system is the target of some debate.



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JASSA focuses on scholarship about the Australasian finance sector. We value submissions that provide insights to:

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A distinguished group of finance academics and industry practitioners lead JASSA’s editorial board.

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