Journal of Commodity Markets

Journal of Commodity Markets - ISSN 2405-8513
Source Normalized Impact per Paper (SNIP): 0.417 Source Normalized Impact per Paper (SNIP):
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SCImago Journal Rank (SJR): 0.27 SCImago Journal Rank (SJR):
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Volumes: Volumes 13-16
Issues: 4 issues
ISSN: 24058513

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The aim of the Journal of Commodity Markets (JCM) will be to publish high-quality research in all areas of economics and finance related to commodity markets. The research may be theoretical, empirical, or policy-related. The JCM will place an emphasis on originality, quality, and clear presentation.

The purpose of the journal is also to stimulate international dialog among academics, industry participants, traders, investors, and policymakers with mutual interests in commodity markets. The mandate for the journal is to present ongoing work within commodity economics and finance. Topics can be related to financialization of commodity markets; pricing, hedging, and risk analysis of commodity derivatives; risk premia in commodity markets; real option analysis for commodity project investment and production; portfolio allocation including commodities; forecasting in commodity markets; corporate finance for commodity-exposed corporations; econometric/statistical analysis of commodity markets; organization of commodity markets; regulation of commodity markets; local and global commodity trading; and commodity supply chains. Commodity markets in this context are energy markets (including renewables), metal markets, mineral markets, agricultural markets, livestock and fish markets, markets for weather derivatives, emission markets, shipping markets, water, and related markets. This interdisciplinary and trans-disciplinary journal will cover all commodity markets and is thus relevant for a broad audience. Commodity markets are not only of academic interest but also highly relevant for many practitioners, including asset managers, industrial managers, investment bankers, risk managers, and also policymakers in governments, central banks, and supranational institutions.

For queries related to the journal, please contact jocm@elsevier.com