Journal Description, Aims and Scope

Finance, Accounting and Business Analysis (FABA) is a scientific, double-blind peer-reviewed and open access electronic journal.

The Finance, Accounting and Business Analysis journal (FABA) is established in 2019 on the initiative of the academic staff of the Department of Finance, University of National and World Economy, Sofia, Bulgaria in scientific collaboration with the research staff of the Monetary Research Center, University of National and World Economy, Sofia, Bulgaria, and published by the Public Finance Institute, Sofia, Bulgaria.

Issued two times a year, the Finance, Accounting and Business Analysis journal (FABA) is striving to facilitate the ideas exchanging between academic researchers, practitioners and policy makers as well as to expand knowledge on various finance, accounting and business related issues.

Publisher: Finance, Accounting and Business Analysis journal has been owned and published by the University of National and World Economy, Sofia, Bulgaria since June 2024
https://www.unwe.bg/en/pages/27121/specialized-scientific-journals.html 

The journal is jointly managed and issued by the Institute for Economics and Politics at the University of National and World Economy and the Department of Finance at the University of National and World Economy in cooperation with the Monetary Research Centre at the University of National and World Economy.

The FABA journal does not charge fees for articles approval or publishing

Format: On-line / Electronic version                                                              

Web address: https://faba.bg/

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Language: The articles are published in June and December, in English only

Content type: research papers / review papers / theoretical papers / case studies

 The Finance, Accounting and Business Analysis journal is interested in both theoretical and applied studies, and welcomes papers on the following topics:

  • Financial markets
  • Financial sustainability
  • Monetary and Fiscal Policy
  • Banking
  • Corporate finance
  • Financial Management
  • Financial crisis and regulation
  • International finance
  • Public finance
  • Interdisciplinary financial studies
  • Financial integration
  • Behavioral aspects of finance
  • Accounting analysis
  • Auditing
  • Business analysis
  • Financial accounting
  • Management accounting
  • Economics