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Aims & Scope


The Journal of Corporate Governance, Insurance, and Risk Management (JCGIRM) establishes itself as a leading international, open-access, refereed journal that delves into the intricate realms of corporate governance, insurance, risk management, and related areas such as financial services, auditing, and sustainability. As the successor to the European Journal of Economics and Management, first launched in 2014, JCGIRM’s mission is to disseminate a blend of academic, theoretical, and practical insights, extending its reach to a national and international audience. The journal welcomes diverse original submissions from various institutions and countries, including reviews, research papers, short communications, and special issues on specific topics.

JCGIRM’s objective is to foster a rich exchange of ideas among scientists, researchers, and academics in fields ranging from corporate governance to risk management. It emphasizes the importance of detailed, original research and innovative applications, imposing no restrictions on paper length to ensure comprehensive dissemination of results for reproducibility. Additional features of the journal include:

  • Every publication benefits from prominent indexing, ensuring widespread recognition.

  • A distinguished editorial team upholds unparalleled quality and broad appeal.

  • Seamless online discoverability of each article maximizes its global reach.

  • An author-centric and transparent publication process enhances submission experience.


The journal covers a wide array of interconnected topics within its domain, including but not limited to:

  • Corporate Governance: Deep dives into leadership, board structures, corporate ethics, and governance models across different industries and regions.

  • Insurance and Risk Management: Comprehensive studies on insurance products, actuarial science, risk assessment, and management strategies in various sectors.

  • Financial Services and Banking: Analysis of financial markets, banking operations, financial regulations, and innovations in financial technologies.

  • Auditing and Compliance: Investigations into auditing practices, compliance standards, and the evolving landscape of corporate accountability.

  • Sustainable Business Practices: Research on sustainability in business operations, corporate social responsibility (CSR), and the integration of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors in business strategies.

  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation: Insights into startup ecosystems, entrepreneurial finance, and the role of innovation in business growth and competitiveness.

  • International Economics and Trade: Studies on global trade dynamics, international economic policies, and their impact on corporate governance and risk management.

  • Behavioral Finance: Exploration of the psychological factors influencing financial decision-making and market outcomes.

  • Organizational Behavior and Human Resources: Analysis of human resource management strategies, organizational culture, and employee engagement in relation to corporate governance.

  • Technology Management in Business: The role of emerging technologies like AI, blockchain, and data analytics in transforming business practices, governance, and risk management.

  • Crisis Management and Business Continuity: Strategies for managing corporate crises, disaster recovery planning, and ensuring business continuity.

  • Public Policy and Regulation: Examination of the interface between public policy, regulatory frameworks, and corporate governance.

  • Financial Planning and Wealth Management: Insights into personal financial planning, wealth management strategies, and their implications for risk management.

  • Accounting and Financial Reporting: Trends and challenges in financial accounting, reporting standards, and their relevance to corporate governance.

  • Mergers and Acquisitions: Analysis of M&A strategies, valuation techniques, and their impact on corporate governance and risk management.