The International Trade Journal traces the development of international trading activities in detail. As a record of worldwide commercial activities, International Trade Journal is published 4 times a year by Routledge, a part of the Taylor and Francis Group of publishers.
The online version of this Journal, containing similar information as that of the printed version, is however, gaining popularity and prominence in recent times. So far, as many as 21 versions of this Journal has been printed.
The online version of the Journal offers the following few facilities to the readers:
Request for online sample issue
Provision for online subscription
There are scopes for viewing the detailed price list of the Journal over the net
Online registration and signing in by readers makes them access the table of contents of different versions of the Journal over the net
Aim and need for publishing the International Trade Journal:
The aim of publishing the International Trade Journal is to increase research activities in the field of international trade. The carefully prepared editorial of the Journal intends the formation of a forum, for exchanging diverse research findings at scholarly levels. Such forum is also expected to contribute in the innovation of important theories and concepts regarding international trade.
Contributions from researchers engaged in academic fields, together with professional international traders are invited and accepted by International Trade Journal. These writings are special in the sense that they mostly contain research findings in the related sphere.
The International Trade Journal covers a wide range of topics, including:
Exchange Rates and Currency Markets
International Monetary Issues
International Emerging Markets
International Corporate Finance
International Finance Organizations and Markets
Trade and Development
International Trade Organizations and Agreements
International Trade Theory
International Trade Relations
However, the writers contributing articles in International Trade Journal share certain common responsibilities. Primary among them is the authenticity and genuineness of the views expressed in each of the articles. Secondly, the facts and figures provided in the articles by the authors should be accurate and specific enough to substantiate the individual research findings.
Last Updated on : 18th July 2013