Australian Journal of Management and Investment

The Australian Journal of Management and Investment(AJMI) is an international peer-reviewed academic journal dedicated to the latest advancement in this area. The goal of this journal is to provide a platform for Management and Investment researchers, policy makers and academics all over the world to promote, share, and discuss various new issues and developments in related problems.

All manuscripts must be prepared in English, and are subject to a rigorous and fair peer-review process.

The journal is published both in online (open access) and printed versions (upon the request of authors, readers and institutional subscriptions). 

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The journal aims promote knowledge sharing and sustainable scholarly communication in the Australia and the world.  Prospective authors can dowload the standard template of the press here (THERE'S NO PUBLICATION CHARGE) and send their full manuscript to

The scope of the journal includes (but not limited to): Business process management, strategy, strategic management Computer sciences, data warehousing/mining Decision analysis, soft decision making Engineering management, financial/industrial/marketing engineering Information systems and technology Interdisciplinary management, knowledge management Mathematics, operations, operational research/management Multidisciplinary research Organisation performance Political science, public sector Production/supply chain management Psychology Quantitative/qualitative methods, statistics Revenue, risk, services management Social issues, investment theories and case studies.

There's no deadline for academic article submission and all the submissions are subject to software plagiarism checking and peer-review.

The journal editorial team will strive to make the review process as short as possible (usually less than 20 working days) and publish the accepted articles online rapidly after acceptance. 

Posted: 2013-05-26
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Vol 1 (2013)

Table of Contents


Asymmetric and negative return-volatility : a case study of VKOSPI
Hector Leister,   Jenae Stuhlsatz 1-11
Stock prices indicate economic activity in South Africa : A case study of the JSE
  Frederic Satiago, Gabriela Cage 12-23
Dynamic co-movement based on evidence from selected emerging market bond yields
Ester Mendivil,   Merlin Calta 24-36
Modelling the South African equity investment by using portfolio opportunity distributions
Susana Nyman 27-38

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