Behavioral economics and finance explore the economic impacts of social, cultural, emotional, and psychological factors on the individual’s decision-making in different situations. The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the world economy in a negative way. It is essential to study and understand how individuals and economic institutions behave to overcome post-pandemic difficulties.

We invite scholars and colleagues to submit original research papers in theory and practice in the fields of behavioral economics and finance in the context of the post COVID-19 pandemic. The following submissions are welcomed, but not restricted:

  • - Changes in the behavior of citizens as consumers, prosumers, employees, taxpayers, depositaries, shareholders, entrepreneurs…. caused by specific changes in economic policy, including fiscal policy, monetary policy, etc;
  • - Psychological biases in financial investment behaviour;
  • - Applying behavioral finance to asset allocation;
  • - Analyst recommendation and corporate failure;
  • - Greed and fear in the stock market;
  • - Effects from the pandemic and pandemic-era policies on household finances and financial decision-making;
  • - Financial decision-making by business owners and entrepreneurs;
  • - Economic Globalization and Financial Sector post-pandemic;
  • - Economic Performance and Financial Development post-pandemic;
  • - Innovation Dynamics post-pandemic;
  • - International Cooperation post-pandemic;
  • - Monetary Policy post-pandemic;
  • - New Regulations in Financial and Product Markets post-pandemic;
  • - The impact of corporate governance on firm performance;
  • - Behavioral economics in post pandemic management;
  • - Behavioral environmental economics in the post-pandemic period;


  • Nguyen Hoang Nhut

Guest Editor, Professor of Finance, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand

  • Thanh Le

Guest Editor, Associate Professor of Economics, School of Business, Faculty of Business and Law, University of Wollongong, Australia

  • Tu Thuy Anh

Editor-in-Chief, Associate Professor of Economics, Journal of International Economics and Management, Foreign Trade University, Hanoi, Vietnam

Submissions Information

The manuscript should be submitted online at: 

Submitted articles must not have been previously published, nor should they be under consideration for publication anywhere else, while under review for this journal.

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Key deadlines

Opening date for manuscripts submissions: 1 December 2022

Closing date for manuscripts submission: 28 February 2023