One of SUERF’s main objectives is to promote research and debate in the area of money and finance. The Association has over more than 50 years published numerous books and studies written by distinguished authors, researchers and financial practitioners. Practical relevance to private and public decision makers is key. So is readability. SUERF prefers brief, precise and not too technical papers, but with references to academic research, legal and institutional documents and other background sources which are relevant to financial markets and institutions.
SUERF welcomes your submission
Members of the Editorial Board are happy to discuss proposals with authors before a manuscript has been finalized, and even at an earlier stage. This offers the opportunity to make your research available to a wider audience and receive the editors’ feedback. Proposals for publications are assessed by the SUERF Editorial Board members, who come from renowned professional backgrounds. We try to respond promptly to authors, normally within a month. At the same time, authors are informed about possible changes suggested by members of the Editorial Board. One of the benefits of publication by SUERF is to make your paper accessible and visible through SUERF's professional network.
Where to submit proposals
Authors are asked to send their manuscripts electronically to the SUERF Secretariat in Vienna at email@example.com. For more details how to submit a proposal, please consult Guidelines for Authors
The current membership of the SUERF Editorial Board is:
Natacha Valla, Head of Division, Policy and Strategy Economics Department, European Investment Bank (Chair)
Morten Balling, Professor Emeritus of Finance, Aarhus University
Ernest Gnan, Head, Economic Analysis Division, Oesterreichische Nationalbank
Frank Lierman, Former Chief Economist, Belfius Bank
David Llewellyn, Professor of Money & Banking, Loughborough University
Donato Masciandaro, Professor of Economics, Bocconi University
SUERF commemorates its 50th anniversary with the publication of a special volume entitled "50 years of Money and Finance: Lessons and Challenges". The volume contains the summary of the most important experiences and trends in the monetary and financial history of the last 50 years. Edited by Morten Balling and Ernest Gnan, with a foreword by Christian Noyer, Governor, Banque de France, and preface by Urs Birchler.
The special 40th anniversary volume by Jean-Paul Abraham with a introduction by David T. Llewellyn, gives a reflective view of evolving monetary and financial thought as seen through the choice of topics in SUERF Colloquia (1969-2003) and the papers presented in its Colloquia volumes.